The environment of the Sati Anasuya Temple Chitrakoot is serene and the main sounds that can be heard are the sweet murmuring of the fowls and the swells of the little streams that join the Mandakini River. The quiet and peaceful surroundings are certain to entrance you. Sati Anasuya Temple Chitrakoot is the perfect spot to visit for the individuals who look for a break from the buzzing about city life. Inside the temple, the icons of Anusuya and sage Atri are kept for loving.
Kamadgiri is the holy place of Chitrakoot. The first destination was Lord Kamtanath temple and Pradakshina of Kamadgiri Mountain. . The Sanskrit word ‘Kamadgiri’ means the mountain which fulfills all the wishes and desires. The place is believed to have been the abode of Lord Ram, Sita and Laxman during their exile. Lord Kamtanath, another of His names, is the Ishta Deva principal deity not only of Kamadgiri Parvat but of the whole of Chitrakoot. The religious-minded believe that all the holy places (i.e. teerthas) are in the Parikrama or its pilgrimage-path. The pilgrimage path around this hill is about 5 Km long. Doing parikrama bare foot is an experience in itself.