The Skanda Purana and the Brahmanda Purana list Ayodhya as one of the Holy Spots of Hinduism. ‘In the Atharvaveda, Ayodhya was said to be “a city built by gods and being as prosperous as paradise itself”. In Garuda Purana, Ayodhya is said to be one of seven holiest places for Hindus in India, with Varanasi […]
It takes audacity of the best/worst kind to deny a fact outright.
The intention to denigrate Hinduism and its culture started from Islamic period and it was carried on in a more subtle and systematic manner by the British firstly by publishing ‘First History of India’ by James Stuart Mill from England who without even visiting during the 12 years it took him to write the ‘History’ where he begins by asserting that the world did not begin before 4000 years ago and Indians were barbarians and steeped in superstitions
The birthplace of Sita is disputed.Janakpur of Mithila in Eastern-Madhesh Plain of Southern Nepal and North-East Bihar and Sitamarhi,Bihar, India near the Nepalese border are described as Sita’s birthplace.
Be that as it may, let us see about Sitamarhi, Bihar being referred to as the birth place of Sita.
I shall be examining about these places in the forthcoming posts.
For example there is a temple in Andhra Pradesh where Hanuman rested while bringing the Sanjivi Parvatha.,Vellala Hanuman Temple, or
Temple in Tamil Nadu where Rama and Hanuman confer in private.
Please read my posts on these.
All these are accounted in the Map provided here.
The information is scarce, despite a lot of information in the web on Rama’s travels through out the country.
Valmiki’s Ramayan contains graphic and poetic details of eight constellations during Hanuman’s return journey from Sri Lanka to Sunaabh Hill in the middle of the sea which apparently took about four and a half hours from 6:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. All these details of planets and nakshtras with reference to eight constellations described in Sarga 57(1,2,3) of chapter 5 tally exactly with the sky view generated by the software for the morning of 14th September 5076 BC.”