Ramtirth Mandir at Jagannathpur in Chaibasa

Ramtirth Mandir is located on the banks of Baitrani River at Jagannathpur, around 65 km from Chaibasa in Jharkhand. The temple is spread over 3 acres of land and is on the outskirts of Jagannathpur Village in Deogan Block. Rameerth Mandir is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Legend has it that Bhagavan Sri Ram visited the place during his exile period in the Ramayana. The Shivling worshipped in the temple is believed to have been installed by Bhagavan Sri Ram.

The Shivling worshipped in the main temple is very old. Murtis of Ganesha, Goddess Parvati and Nandi is nearby.

On the opposite side of the main mandir, there are murtis of Sri Ram, Mata Sita and Lakshman.

Other murtis worshipped in the temple are that of Radha Krishna, Jagannath, Balbhadra and Subhadra.

From one of the banks of Baitrani River, one has to climb around 100 steps to reach the temple.
The most important festival observed here are Shivratri, Ram Navami and Jagannath Yatra. The Shravan month attracts thousands of devotees.

Bhoga of coconut, banana, milk, curd, honey and ghee is offered to Shiva daily.

The temple daily opens at 4:00 AM.