Sita Kund Munger

Sita Kund Munger

Sita kund is a village name which is about 6 km east of the Munger town or Munger district head quarter the state of Bihar, that facilitate a hot spring water which is famously known as the Sita Kund Hot water spring, it has ancient historical importance and the details are available in the famous hindu epics in Ramayana. When lord Rama, rescuing her wife Sita from the demon king Ravana, and lord Rama suspected that the Goddess Sita could not have maintained her honour intact, and so called to prove her chastity, and Goddess Sita agreed to enter in a blazing fire. Mata Sita came out safe from the fire, and took a bath to the pool, and due to that event it name called as Sita Kund, and the heat she had occupy from the hot fire. The hot spring is now fringe in a masonry reservoir and is visited by large numbers of local and internationals pilgrims, especially at the full moon of Magh of Hindu month in December and January. The water is looking very crystal clear and transparent, and sends upwards uncountable bubbles from its rocky structure. The temperature of Sita Kund Hot Water spring varies in a remarkable manner and goes to the highest level of 139 Degree of Fahrenheit and sometime even more.