Rajapur’s claim to fame is Goswami Tulsidas Ji (1511-1623 AD) who wrote Sri Ram Charit Manas. He was born here.
Tulsidas Ji temple, Shri Tulsidas’s Ji birthplace on the banks of River Yamuna at Rajapur in district Banda, Uttar Pradesh
It is 40Km from Mehwa Ghat.It is situated at the bank of Mandakini river known for a number of temples and sites mentioned in Hindu scriptures.Chitrakoot means the 'Hill of many wonders'.Chitrakoot Parvat Mala includes KamadGiri, HanumaanDhara, JankiKund, Lakshmanpahari, and Devangana famous religious mountains.
The ghats that line the Mandakini river are called Ramghat. During the exile period Rama, Lakshmana and Sita took bath here and are believed to have appeared before the poet Tulsidas Ji.
Shri KamtaNath 2nd face on Kamad giri parikrma path Kamadgiri, the original Chitrakuta, is a place of religious significance.
Places Related to Ramayana, showing Chitrakuta in Rama's journey from Ayodhya to Lanka.Bharat Milap temple is located here.
Situated upstream of the Ramghat where it is believed that Sita bathed in the crystal clear waters of Mandakini river during the years of her exile with Rama.
View of Mandakini River at Anusuya ashram Sati Anasuya ashrama is located further upstream, 16 km from the town.
Gupt-Godavari is situated at a distance of 18 km from Chitrakoottown. It is believed that Rama and Lakshmana held court in latter cave, which has two natural throne-like rocks.
Temples in Panchmukhi Hanuman Dhara Located on a rock-face several hundred feet up a steep hillside is a spring, said to have been created by Lord Rama.
24 Places to visit in Chitrakoot Dham