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Sita Bengra Caves, Sarguja , Chattisgarh
It is believed that lord Rama and Sita had stayed in the Sita Bengra Caves near Sarguja.
 
 It is believed that lord Rama and Sita had stayed in the Sita Bengra Caves near Sarguja during their 14 years of exile. There are many more myths and stories about the caves traveling from generations to generations. Also there are many places related to epic of Ramayana, and are named after Lord Rama, Laxmana and Goddess Sita

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(Last Updated on : 10/08/2009)
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