Sitamarhi is a town and the district headquarters of the Sitamarhi district in the Mithila region of Bihar, India and is a part of the Tirhut Division. 92% populace rely upon Agriculture. 23% individuals remain in urban territory. Sitamarhi is an origination of Sita, the principle character of the epic Ramayana; a sanctuary committed to Sita is situated at punaura dham Sitamarhi. A stone cut haven from the considerable Mauryan period is found close Sitamarhi. In 1875, the Sitamarhi sub-locale was made inside the Muzaffarpur region. Sitmarhi was disconnected from the Muzaffarpur region and turned into a different area on 11 December 1972.
It is arranged in the northern piece of Bihar. The region central command is situated in Dumra, five kilometers 3 mi south of Sita sanctuary. Rama Navami is a spring celebration in Dumra, generally celebrated with a huge reasonable held to stamp the event. Sama Chakeva is a noticeable winter celebration committed to commend sibling sister connections. This is a noteworthy social occasion with wedding functions and numerous social customs that take much planning. National Highway 77 interfaces the region to the Muzaffarpur area and Patna. National Highways 77, 104, and different streets associate with the connecting regions. State interstates interface it to Madhubani region in the east and Sheohar in the west.