The Seetha Amman Temple in the village of Sita Eliya in Sri Lanka is a very important Hindu shrine closely related to the ancient Sanskrit story of the Ramayana. A very important juncture in the Rama Ravana legend, this is believed to be the last location held where Lord Rama’s wife, Sita, who was abducted by King Ravana. Built in the early 2000s, this is also known as the world’s only temple dedicated to Sita. In the temple premises you can see three idols believed to have been worshiped for centuries, a rock with footprints left by Lord Hanuman and a river called Sita Ganga where Goddess Sita is said to have prayed and bathed. The majestic backdrop of the central hills and the natural forests of the hills as well as the existing phenomena of the legends give a heightened experience of spiritual comfort to all who visit this shrine.