According to mythology, Rishimukh peak is the temporary abode of Lord Rama.
Rishimukh peak anticipates some portions of the epic Ramayana. According to mythology, Lord Rama and Lakshmana met Hanuman for the first time in this place. It is also considered to be the temporary abode of Lord Rama, when he went to Lanka to save his wife Sita from Ravana. Rishimukh was the part of Sugriva’s kingdom.
Rishimukh Peak in Hampi, Karnataka
Currently Rishimukh Hill comes under Hampi town in Karnataka. This place is considered to be a sacred place for Hindus. Apart from the saga of Ramayana, this place is also popular for the Chandramouliswara Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva.
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