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Association of Chitrakoot with Amavasya

Chitrakoot, Chitrkuta, is located in Chitrakoot district in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It also shares its border with the adjoining Satna district in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

It is to be noted that millions of Hindu religious followers and devotees along with native and foreign tourists visit this particular place on the day of Amavasya.This district was previous named as Chhatrapati Shahuji Nagar district and created on 6 May 1997 and later renamed as Chitrakoot.

It is to be remembered that the town of Chitrakoot has an important place in the archeological, historical, cultural and religious map of India and among the pilgrims. This land is known for the Hindu scriptures found in the number of temples located here.

A large number of pilgrims and native Hindu religious followers and devotes visit this particular place during the festivity of Ramanavami, Makar Sankranti, Sharad-Poornima, Deepawali, Somwati Amavasyas and Amavasya.

Each and every individual have special meaning for gathering and celebration at this spot. Many people come from nook and corner of the country and from abroad for special reason. This place is dotted with Yoga and Ayurvedic centers.

The important tourist attraction places that can be visited by the devotees and tourist in and around Chitrakoot are as follows. On the river Mandakini is located the popular ghat named as Ramghat. T

his place is dotted with holy men who are meditating in safforon clothes, the sweet fragrance of incense and the repeated chating of hymns. The holy embodiment of Lord Rama is located in Kamadgiri which is a forested hill. Locally this place is known as Kamadnathji. Bharat Milap is located in this town. It is said by the local legends and Hindu religious scholars that Bharath met Lord Rama at this spot according to the epic of Ramayana.

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