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About and History Of Dharharwa

According to Hindu Myths Lord Rama was in Treta killed Ravana releasing his loving wife Goddess Sita.According to hearsay Dharharwa exists since the birth of Sita. The story goes like this Janak, King of Mithila, was advised to plough with his own hand to get the country free from long barrenness. Where King Janak held the great plough it was Dharharwa. Finally King Janak ended his ploughing where he found baby Sita in pot. Dhar stands for in local language to take or hold Har stands for plough  wa is general suffix used anywhere frequently. Since then it has been called Dharharwa.

Where King Janak found baby Sita in pot it has been known Janakpur dham,now in Nepal. Janakpurdham is known as the capital of Mithila. Mithila kingdom was then ruled by King Janak and by his predecessor and successor. Janakpurdham is not far more than 15 to 20 km. Many people believe the palace of King Janak was in quadrilateral made by four temples of Shiva. They present four temples of Shiva like Jaleshwar. Kalnaneshwar, Kapileshwar and Kshireshwar out of existing Janaki mandir or Sita Palace lies in Janakpur. And Jaleshwar is near by Dharharwa. Some existing surrounding approves the above hearsay Dharharwa as the ploughing point of King Janak. 

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