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Sita Temple

Peradeniya-Badulla-Chenkaladi Highway, Nuwara Eliya 22200, Sri Lanka
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Holistic and Serene

This is a lively sight at the side of the hill. The Sita temple is a golden structure... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
foodmaniacs
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Remembrance Of Sita The Daughter Of King Rawana.

Sri Seethai Amman temple is a unique temple it has been made at the place where Seeta Mata spent... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Dhilip D
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Peradeniya-Badulla-Chenkaladi Highway, Nuwara Eliya 22200, Sri Lanka
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is a lively sight at the side of the hill. The Sita temple is a golden structure deouctingvthe Ashok Vatika where Goddess Sita was kept active by Ravana and Lord Hanumana's feet and hand imprints are still embossed on the hill alongside the river...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

Sri Seethai Amman temple is a unique temple it has been made at the place where Seeta Mata spent her days under watch full eyes of Ravana since sita is the daughter of Rawan. She was never kept in prison. aprox 5000 years ago. The...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This temple was very nice. It is an old temple. Location was good. all cabs are available. very good

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We passed this in the dark the evening before so went back the next day when light. It is very interesting as so glitzy and gold. A quick but pleasant look at this beauty.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ashoka Vatika in Seetha Eliya is where Ravana kept Seetha matha hostage, during the epic of Ramayana. Its current location is represented by Seetha amman temple, some 7kms from Nuwara Eliya it is a nice small temple, worth a quick stopover while heading to Horton...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's a very small temple of Goddess Sita. Peaceful place. Amazing beauty you will feel soothing wind. Beautifully crafted temple.You can ask priest to perform prayer by paying some amount. Alot of monkeys so be careful of your belongings specially food items. It was windy...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The temple is located at an exotic location with water gushing at the backyard and the Hanuman feet is amazing to look at..But the priests there are very materialistic and unless you pay 100 SLE they will not open their mouths to utter any mantra...The...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We came here when it was pouring with rain as the monsoons had come early but the serene setting of this temple is wonderful. The footprints of Hanuman clearly to be seen and one can imagine this wild, isolated, forest where Sita was hidden by...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful temple where Sita was kept captive by Ravana. Clean n peaceful by the river. There is a beautiful statue of hanuman with sita. Beautifully sculpted walls all around the temple. Monkeys awaiting to eat bananas n fruits but peaceful as they don’t grab it...More

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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

A beautiful temple well maintained with a gushing stream behind. Located on the way towards the Botanical garden.

Thank Vinu C
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Temples usually open by 7 am in morning when they have the first "aarti" (prayer) of the day and close post 7 pm after the evening "aarti" post sunset. So that should be the timing for this temple as well. However, you can... More
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