Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.

Ram Janmabhoomi Ayodhya


Ayodhya, situated on the banks of the Saryu river, is called the city of ghats and temples. You will see the temple itself at every street and intersection here. There are many important places here religiously and historically, which are considered as prominent in terms of tourism.

Ayodhya ram mandir.


Ayodhya Darshan is started by bathing on the pier of Saryu River. There are several major ferries on the banks of the Sarayu River, such as the new Ghats, Lakshman Ghat, Jhumki Ghat etc. The distance from this new bus stand of Ayodhya is only 700 meters. The distance of this Ghat from Ayodhya junction is about 3 kilometers.
Lakhs of devotees gather here on major occasions like Ramnavmi, Deepawali etc.



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Ram janmabhoomi:

About two kilometers from Ayodhya Station, Ram's birthplace is located on the hill called Ramkot.
It is said that this is the place where King Vikramaditya had built a magnificent temple of Lord Shri Ram. Which was demolished by Babbar's commander Mirbakhi in 1527 and there was a Babri Masjid built there. The Babri Masjid was demolished by Karseko in 1992. Currently no photo or video of this place is available on the Internet.

The stones and columns prepared for the construction of the Ram Temple are collected at the place named 'Ram Jham Bhawan Nyas'. It is located near Manas Bhawan, 2 kilometers from Ayodhya Station.



Guptar Ghat:


Guptar ghat Situated along the river Sarayu.  It is said that after Lord Rama gave his palace to his son Luv-Kush, it was said to hold water samadhi in the water of Saryu river right here. In the 19th century this ghat was built by King Darshan Singh. There are also many other temples with the Sita-Ram temple near the Ghat.

Guptar ghat

Ram's paidi:


Ram'pedestal  is located above Sarayu Ghat. According to legend, Lakshman Ji once wanted to visit all pilgrimage places. Then Shri Ram ji founded this paidi saying this. During the evening, all pilgrimages will be present here for bathing themselves. Therefore, whoever baths here in this period, he will get the same virtue as all pilgrimages. 




But after taking the water tomb of Shri Ram ji, this paidi was dry for hundreds of years.
Later it was rebuilt by many people. Presently the water from the Sarayu river is filled in with the help of the State Government, with the help of electric moter.

There are several major temples on the side of the paidi, from which the Shri Nageshwar Temple, Laxman Fort, Kale Ram Mandir, Shri Saryu Temple etc., founded by the son Kush of Lord Rama, are prominent.

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Hanumangarhi Temple:


The most famous temple of Ayodhya is the Hanumangarhi Temple. Which is located 1 kilometer from Ayodhya railway station. According to mythology, to protect Ayodhya, Shri Ram Ji had asked Hanuman to sit here. In the statue set inside the temple, Hanuman ji appears to be sitting in the lap of Mother Anjani in his hair form.

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Dasharatha Mahal:


The palace of King Dasharatha is situated approximately 150 meters ahead of Hanumangadhi. It is said that the information about the birth of Shri Ram ji was received by Raja Dasharath right here. Some people believe that this was the origin of the birth of Lord Rama. Because it is geographically located in the center of Ayodhya itself. The statues of Shri Ram, Laxman and Sita have been established in the temple of this building.

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Kanak Bhawan:

The Kanak Bhawan is located approximately 200 meters from Dashratha Mahal. According to legend, this palace was given by Mother Kaikayi in front of Sita's mother. It was his personal palace. But gradually or the castle became ruinous over time. Later, King Vikramaditya rebuilt it. The statue of Shri Ram and Mata Sita is located in the main house of this temple. It is said that during the time of mother Kaikayi this whole palace was made of gold. That is why the name of this palace was 'Kanak Bhawan'.

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