Sitaladevi temple is about 1.3 km East from Mahendrapul and on the way to Khaunkhola. The word ‘Sitala’ literally means ‘the one who cools’ in Sanskrit. When the Gods performed a sacrifice fire ritual for Goddess Parvati, Goddess Sitala appeared from the ashes. Jwarasura (one of the demons in Hindu mythology), who dispersed sickness throughout the globe, was born from Lord Shiva’s sweat at that time. Goddess Sitala cured the world from the sickness. Therefore, majority of the people visit this temple as it is recognized to cure the diseases and people feel relief and peace from their misery. The temple is mostly crowded during Monday and Saturday. We can also see Sitaladevi Park from the front side of the temple.