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Bharat Milap Temple

Spot where Lord Ram & Bharat met during Vanvaas
Primary Idol
Lord Rama & Bharat
Opening Hours
Monday-Sunday, 06:00-21:00Hrs
Distance from Airport or railway Station
11Kms from Chitrakoot Junction
5R8R+XJG, Kamta Mohalla, Sitapur, Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh 210204

What you'll be reading-

Bharat Milap Temple is known to everybody who has been to Kamadgiri and walked around the hill there. It is one of Chitrakoot’s most revered locations and holds a particular place in the hearts of its followers. This sacred monument, like others in the neighbourhood, was the scene of a significant Ramayana event.

Why it is called the Bharat Milap Temple is a crucial topic in this context. Well, it is thought that Lord Bharat met Lord Rama here and convinced him to go back to Ayodhya and claim the throne that was rightfully his. The heat from the emotions sparked by this holy encounter is supposed to have melted the neighbouring rocks and other objects. Not only that but on this particular day, even the mountains and rocks wept.

The footsteps of all three brothers may still be seen on the temple’s rocks today if you visit the Bharat Milap Temple. If you gaze upon it long enough, you will become overwhelmed by a range of feelings. It is a profoundly affecting sight. Another temple dedicated to Mandavi, the wife of Lord Bharata, is situated close by this one. Every year, a drama that recreates the meeting of the two brothers is performed at the temple on a full moon day in the month of Kartik (October to November).

Frequently Asked Questions

Is photography allowed inside the Bharat Milap Temple?

Typically, photography is permitted in the outer areas of the Bharat Milap Temple. However, photography inside the main shrine, especially where the sacred footprints are placed, might be restricted. It’s recommended to confirm the specific rules with temple authorities or signage before taking photographs.

Can foreigners visit the Bharat Milap Temple?

Absolutely, foreigners are welcome to visit the Bharat Milap Temple. The temple is not just a religious site but also a place of historical and cultural interest, making it a popular destination for tourists from around the world.

What facilities are available for visitors at the Bharat Milap Temple?

The Bharat Milap Temple provides a range of facilities for visitors. These include clean drinking water, restrooms, and shoe storage facilities. For those wishing to offer prayers, there are shops nearby where one can buy religious offerings and other necessary items.

Are there any specific rituals or ceremonies performed at the Bharat Milap Temple?

Yes, there are specific rituals and ceremonies performed at the Bharat Milap Temple. Regular prayer services, known as ‘Aarti’, take place daily, and offerings are made to the deities. The most significant event is the celebration of the ‘Bharat Milap’ during the annual Ramayana Mela.

What are the timings of the Bharat Milap Temple?

The Bharat Milap Temple is open to devotees and visitors throughout the year. The temple generally opens early in the morning around 5 AM and closes around 9 PM.

How can one reach the Bharat Milap Temple in Chitrakoot?

Chitrakoot is well-connected by road, rail, and air. The nearest railway station to the Bharat Milap Temple is the Chitrakoot Dham Karwi Railway Station, around 12 kilometers away. For those preferring to travel by air, the nearest airport is the Khajuraho Airport, approximately 190 kilometers away. Regular taxis and local transport services are available from these points to reach the temple.

The nearest railway station is Chitrakoot Dham Karwi Railway Station.
Khajuraho Airport is the closest air connectivity point.
Regular taxis and local transportation options are available for temple access.


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