Mentioned in the Hindu epic Ramayana as the Chitrakoot Mountain, Kamadgiri is a sacred spot for the believers. Considered to be the embodiment of Rama, the mountain with its dense forest cover finds itself populated with devotees—all across the year. The main pilgrimage spot of Chitrakoot, there are numerous temples all around the mountain. Kamadgiri is named after Lord Kamta Nath, who is the fulfiller of wishes and is considered to be one of the re-incarnations of Lord Rama himself. The name Kamadgiri hence translates into the mountain that fulfils your wishes. Followers believe that circumambulating the mountain will make your prayers come true. Hence you will always find devotees walking barefoot along the five and a half kilometer path that circumvents the Kamadgiri. A must visit for tourists from all over the world!