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Build in Rajput-Mughal-Nepali style of architecture it is the major attraction of Janakpur. The domes are clearly in Rajput-mughal style, something that is not very common in temples. A very serene place and you can many wedding rituals happening in temple complex as this houses...More
I visited here along with my family. We started from Kathmandu and we took around 6 hours to reach here. The temple which is in the shape of a palace is extremely beautiful and it's very old structure but still looks damn beautiful. It's such...More
The building is huge and well decorated with all the colors and swirls, turrets, arches, etc. There are many rooms and only a few are open for tourists and pilgrims. There are some smaller side temples to see as well.
Located centrally in Janakpur dham its a must visit place for Hindu devotees . Its a huge and very fine archaeological Hindu structure of Mithila Kingdom. It's almost 400 years old structure and still looking so beautiful and young.
Janakpur in Nepal, fascinated me because of its ageless association with the epic Ramayana.
When I first saw pictures of the 'palatial' Janaki Temple on the internet, my mind was swept back to those holy times when a great philosopher-king Janaka ruled the kingdom and...More
At the heart of Janakpur lies the marble Janaki Mandir, one of the finest pieces of architecture in Janakput Dham, Nepal. Built in extravagant baroque Mughal style that leaves it looking like a palace made of sweets, the Janaki Mandir is Janakpur’s most important temple...More
Janaki temple is situated in Janakpur zone of Nepal.It was built by Tikamgarh queen and looks like a palace.The temple is an example of Rajput archiecture.However a new portion has been added as "Bibah Mnadap" with a Nepalese architecture style and looks odd.
Janki temple is one of most among religious temple you can find in nepal. This temple is also known as Naulakha temple and SITA PALACE. This is home town of godess sita. And here every year thousands of peoples, saints and devotees come fom Ayodhya.