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Chitrakoot is a small town which is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India in the district of Satna. Hindi language is used in this place. Chitrakoot is famous for Pilgrim. Chitakoot is one of the most important teerth place. There are many places to visit in this place. It is one of the oldest pilgrimage. There are many festivals celebrated in the town like Shrawan Jhoola Mela, Amavasya Fair, Ramnavami, Diwali, Vijaydashami and Navratri.  According to Hindu mythology and the Ramayana Chitrakoot holds great importance. According to Ramayana, In this place Bharata came to visit Ram and ask him to come back to Ayodhya and rule the kingdom. There are many temples in this place. The ideal duration of this place is 1 day. Chitrakoot is very popular destination. It is known for its natural beauty.

Chitrakoot is also known as 'Hill of many wonders'.


On 6 May 1997, a new district was carved out from the erstwhile Banda district comprising its Karwi and Mau tehsils. The district was initially named as Chhatrapati Shahuji Nagar district. It was renamed as Chitrakoot district on 4 September 1998.

Places to Visit Near Chirakoot

  • Kamadgiri
  • Ramghat
  • Sphatik Shila
  • Janki Kund
  • Bharat Milap Temple
  • Hanuman Dhara
  • Gupt Godavari
  • Bharat Kup
  • Rajapur
  • Ganesh Bhag
  • Marpha
  • Kalinjar

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Chitrakoot is from October to March.


In Summer : The temperature in the summer is 26 degree Celsius to 47 degree Celsius.

In Winter : The temperature in the winter is 2 degree Celsius to 26 degree Celsius.

How To Reach

By Air : Allahabad, Khajuraho, Varanasi airports are the nearest airports. The distance of these airports are 135 km, 175 km, 275 km respectively from Chitrakoot.

By Rail : Karvi railway station is the nearest railway station. The distance of this railway station is 8 km from Chitrakoot.

By Road : Chitrakoot is well connected to all major cities.