Exploring Uttar Pradesh: Chitrakoot

Chitrakoot means “Hill of Many Wonders”. The district lies in northern Vidhya range of mountains, the mountains spread over the 2 states of India; Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Chitrakoot district is in Bundelkhand region of Indian state Uttar Pradesh. Chitrakoot Dham is also known by the name of ‘adobe of gods’. The district is perfect blend of beauty, holiness and poise. 

When To Visit?

Visit to Chitrakoot can be made throughout the year. Months of October and November is regarded as festival season in India. Diwali, Navratri, Vijaydashmi, Ram Navmi, Amavasya and Shrawan are notable celebrations in the city; you can enjoy scenic view in and out of the city. But if your goal is to enjoy the outings and sight-seeing, then December to March is considered as ideal time.  

Tourist Attractions

Ram Ghat

Ram Ghat, Chitrakoot UP

Hanuman Dhara


Gupt Godavari

Sati Anusuya Temple

Shaptik Shila

Bharat Milap Mandir

Janki Kund

How To Visit

By Road

State buses are accessible from Allahabad, Jhansi, Banda, Kanpur and Satna to CHitrakoot.

By Railways

The city railway station is Karwi Railway Station. In a week there are in total 14 trains hault at Karwi Railway Station and no single train terminates or originates at the Station. The halted trains connect Chitrakoot to Bundelkhand, Jhansi, Chambal, Mahoba, Agra Cantt and Mathura. 

By Airways

The nearest airport is Bamrauli Airport in Prajagraj Airport at 107kms and another is Khajuraho Airport in at 167kms. Both the airports have flight services from Delhi, Bombay, Lucknow, Indore and Udaipur. 

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