18 Jan 2024

10 Best Places to Visit in Ayodhya

Saumya Jain

Ram Mandir

Most awaited temple of Shri Ram is worth to visit in Ayodhya with a mix of traditional and modern architecture. Ayodhya is decked up with new Airport, Railway station to welcome devotees for RamLala darshan.

Hanuman Garhi

A 10th Century temple dedicated to Hanuman ji-bhakt of Shri Ram. It is supposed that Lord Hanuman is safeguarding Ayodhya with residing in this temple.

Kanak Bhawan

This is a Golden Palace in North-east of Ram Janmbhoomi with idols of Shri Ram and Sita in Garbh grih, It is believed that, Kanak Bhawan is gifted by Kaikeyi to Mata Sita.

Dasrath Samadhi Sthal

Revamped site of Dasrath Samadhi Sthal is connected with New Ayodhya. Here you will find Charan paduka of Ram and 3 brothers along idols of Bhart, Shatrughan and Dasrath.

Guptar Ghat

An another important place related to Rama life is Guptar Ghat. Situated on banks of Saryu River, it is the place where Lord Rama had taken his last dip before leaving his man incarnation.

Saryu River, Ram ki Paidi

Saryu River and Ram ki Paidi is famous among devotees visiting Ayodhya for a holy dip and beautiful aarti view. The River bank lit up during deepotsav marking the arrival of Ram after 14 years exile.

Sita Rasoi

A rasoi or kitchen space in Temple premises with beautifully decorated idols of Ram, Laxman, Bhart and Shatrughan with their wives.

Treta ke Thakur

This temple near Naya Ghat is dedicated to Shri Ram and built 300 year ago from king of Kullu. It is believed that Ashwamedh yagya has been organized here by Shri Ram.

Ram Katha Park

The park is as name. It is a beautiful park with open air theatures and remain always alive with cultural programmes and functions as Ram Leela.

Mani Parvat

Mani parvat is famous for Jhulan Utsav where Goddess Sita and Lord Ram enjoy swing on Hariyali Teej. Every year people visit here, offer prayers and enjoy the festive aura.

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