Janakpur, enriched with Mithila Art (colorful painting) and the ancient kingdom of King Janak, the birthplace of Sita (Janaki). Strolling around the monuments will take back you to that period and helps in experiencing through the imagination of those events etched in the Hindu epic, the Ramayana. According to Ramayana, the consort of Lord Ram was found below the earth in the furrow while King Janak was ploughing the field. They accept her as a blessing from Mother Earth.
Janakpur is blessed with the touch of Lord Ram and the Goddess Sita. This place has diversified culture, beautiful green lushes and forests, the fertile land to feed thousands of families and have the trading the route between India and other parts of Nepal. The various aspects of Janakpur its own Nepalese uniqueness with an Indian touch. Ten of thousands of pilgrims around the country visit this holy site to pay their homage to Lord Ram and especially to Goddess Janaki during various occasions like Vivah Panchami, Ram Nawami, Holi, Chhath etc. The major attraction of Janakpur are Janaki Temple, Ram Mandir, Vivah Mandap, Dhanush Sagar, Ganga Sagar etc. People can visit this sacred place all around the year and get the blessing.