Mythology of Sugriva's Cave
As per Indian mythology, Sugriva's cave was the place where Goddess Sita dropped her ornaments after being abducted by the demon king Ravana. Sugriva then used the cave to hide the ornaments. It is also believed that the cave also stands as the witness of the first meeting of Lord Rama and Lakshmana with Sugriva. Sugriva had met them at the riverside near the cave when they arrived there to search for Goddess Sita.
Features of Sugriva's Cave
Sugriva's cave is embellished with exquisite painting in the interior. Located at the edge of a rocky flat area, the cave is small in size. This rocky region has a number of footprints and carvings. It is said that these are the depiction of the footprints of Lord Rama and Lakshmana.
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