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Maa Sita residence

At the time of Lord Rama's exile, for the protection of mother Sita, he placed him in a cave, this... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
dhyan400
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Highly non-ventilated cave

People with arthritis and breathlessness must not visit the caves as it has steeP stairs and there... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Deepti C
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

At the time of Lord Rama's exile, for the protection of mother Sita, he placed him in a cave, this place is called Sita Gufa (cave). 5 big ancient tree of vat near temple that's why area named panchvati.

Thank dhyan400
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

People with arthritis and breathlessness must not visit the caves as it has steeP stairs and there is no ventilation inside it.

Thank Deepti C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As we all know that most of the religious places have some imaginary stories to trap the minds of the innocent foolish people and make them believe unreal into real. Same happens here. They have marked 5 trees by serial numbers and say that these...More

2  Thank arun_112
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Right in the middle of Panchavati, close to the Kalaram Temple, this is also a must visit. The story is when rakhashas attacked, Sita was hiding safely in this gupha and to locate the gupha, Ram had placed 5 tress around the place, from which...More

Thank Amartya1987
Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

An old temple in an underground cave. When lord Ram would go out for hunts etc Sita would be in this safe haven. The descent into the cave is by crouching and could be claustrophobic for some. Wirth the effort. Beautifully carved figures. Nearby is...More

Thank krs123mumbai
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Sita Gupha (Cave) is one of the attractions for tourists visiting Panchavadi. Its location is about 2-3 kms from main nashik city. In History it is said that this was the living and worshiping place of goddess sita. Ravan is said to have kidnapped Sita...More

Thank NishaYadav2072
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Nice place to go, easily approachable from nashik better you go by your personal vehicle or hire it from nashik

Thank shankystud19
Reviewed 23 April 2017

Sita Gumpha is one of the most attractive tourist place in Panchavadi, 3 to 4 Kms from Nashik. It is said that this was the place where Sita, wife of Lord Rama used to worship Lord Shiva during her exile. It is also believed that...More

Thank twinkle906
Reviewed 19 April 2017

It is located in panchvati. There are large 5 trees located around the temple. Mostly crowded. There is a gufa which is narrow and one needs to stand and sit manay times. Not much long cave. Can be easily done by young people. Old aged...More

Thank Rutvi14
Reviewed 18 April 2017

A small cave which has been modified a lot to loose its originality. Small children and older people can no way enter. Can be skipped if on a tight schedule.

Thank unmishra2016
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