Ramatirtha is located nearby Jashipur town of Mayurbhanj district of Odisha. Ramatirtha of Mayurbhanj, Odisha is a mythological tourist place and crocodile rearing center which recognized one of the units of Govt of Odisha Tourism. Ramatirtha is located beneath the feet of Similipal National Park. It is the only Crocodile Rearing Center of Mayurbhanj district which attracts lots of tourists to visit. Ramatirtha of Mayurbhanj is very famous in Odisha due to its natural beauties and temple of Sri Rama. As per the Indian mythological history, during the days of Tretaya Yuga, Lord Sri Rama along with Devi Sita and Brother Laxman passed through the forest of Similipal; where due to tiredness Sita sat on the platue for a while and she washed her face and feet in the river that flows beneath. Then onwards, Ramatirtha of Mayurbhanj became a legendary place in the name of Sri Rama and Devi Sita. Every year on Makar Sankranti (Mid of January), Mahanta peoples celebrate Tusumelana festival or Tusu Parab. Tusu is a type of tribal and local song, on which the people used to dance in a group. At the age of Moghuls, the Hindus were tormented by the King Kalapahad; they used to abduct beautiful women for lust. At that time, one beautiful tribe lady jumped into the river by forfeiting her life from the Mughal soldiers. Her name was Tusumani, on behalf of which the Tusu Parab was being celebrated every year commit to memorizing her. The crocodiles kept at Ramatirtha of Mayurbhanj are very exceptional kind; which called as 'Mugger Crocodiles' (Crocodylus palustris). 'Mugger' is the corrupted word, derived from Sanskrit word 'Makara' which means 'water monster'.