Janakpur Nepal is center for religious and cultural tourism which is located 128 km south-east of Kathmandu. The city was founded in 18th century, known as Janakpurdham and the earlier city to have existed in the area. Janakpur is the capital of ancient Mithila culture and is renowned as the birthplace of Sita, the wife of Lord Rama. Janakpur Nepal is also on the holy route of Parikrama carried out by Hindus as a form of worship in Ayodhya, Kashi, and Brij in India as well. At present day, Janakpur is one of the fast developing cities making it the fifth Sub-Metropolitan city of Nepal. The neighboring people usually migrants to Janakpur for medical care, education, and jobs. The economy is mostly based on tourism, agriculture, and industries. It takes Kathmandu to Janakpur 11 hours by bus and 25 minutes by air.
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