Soot Gaddi is a sacred site in Naimisharanya which boasts a rich mythological significance. Believed to be the place where Shri Shaunak (a religious treatise) was narrated by Maharishi Soot (disciple of Veda Vyasa) to more than 88000 rishis and saints, Soot Gaddi is one of the must-visit places in Naimisharanya. The temple complex of Soot Gaddi also houses an age-old tree which is also considered sacred.
Soot Gaddi in Naimisharanya remains open all days a week. One can visit the place on any day from morning to evening.
Like all the other tourist attractions in Uttar Pradesh, Soot Gaddi can also be visited at any time during the year. However, the best time to visit the place is winter season, which starts in October and lasts till February. The weather during this time is calm and pleasant.