Magical Ayodhya


Need a place to get away? There is no better corner in the world to hide from the dull everyday than the magical Ayodhya. Relax on the picturesqes Ghat, visit numerous temples - and forget all of your worries.

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Sarayu Ghat

Sarayu Ghat is another prominent ghat in Ayodhya, named after the Sarayu River that flows through the city. Like other ghats in Ayodhya, Sarayu Ghat holds deep religious significance, especially in Hindu mythology and spirituality. According to Hindu belief, the Sarayu River is sacred and is mentioned in ancient texts such as the Ramayana. It is said to have been crossed by Lord Rama during his exile period. Therefore, Sarayu Ghat is a place of reverence and pilgrimage for devotees, who come to bathe in the holy waters and perform rituals.

crossed by Lord Rama

Kanak Bhawan

Kanak Bhawan is a revered Hindu temple located in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India. It holds significant religious importance, especially for followers of the Hindu faith. The temple is dedicated to Lord Rama and his consort, Goddess Sita. The name “Kanak Bhawan” translates to “Golden Palace” in English. The temple is renowned for its stunning architecture and vibrant paintings depicting scenes from the Ramayana, the ancient Hindu epic. One of the most notable features of Kanak Bhawan is its golden-hued exterior, which adds to its grandeur and beauty. Devotees visit Kanak Bhawan to seek blessings from Lord Rama and Goddess Sita. The temple is particularly popular among pilgrims who visit Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama, to pay homage and offer prayers.

Cultural heritage

Sita Ki Rasoi

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According to the Ramayana, after their marriage, Lord Rama and Goddess Sita returned to Ayodhya, where they lived as prince and princess. During their stay in Ayodhya, Sita is said to have cooked meals in her kitchen, which came to be known as “Sita ki Rasoi.” The site holds immense significance for devotees of Lord Rama and Sita, who regard it as a sacred place associated with their divine love and domestic life.Sita ki Rasoi is often visited by pilgrims and tourists who come to Ayodhya to explore its rich religious and cultural heritage. While the physical structure may not exist today, the site is commemorated and revered as part of Ayodhya’s spiritual landscape.

crossed by Lord Rama

Hanuman Garhi Mandir

One of the central characters of Ramayana, Lord Hanuman is himself a devotee of Lord Rama, and so it fits that Hanuman holds a place of importance at Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama. The temple complex is a huge structure that is shaped as a four sided fort, and each of its corners has circular bastions and this structure houses a temple of Lord Hanuman. it is during Hanuman Jayanti and Ram Navami that this place lights up and becomes truly alive.The Hanuman Garhi Temple in Ayodhya is definitely one of the most important places of worship for Lord Hanuman.

crossed by Lord Rama

Shri Ram Janmbhoomi

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Ram Janmabhoomi is the site that, according to Hindu religious beliefs, is the birthplace of Rama, the seventh avatar of the Hindu deity Vishnu. The Ramayana states that the location of Rama’s birthplace is on the banks of the Sarayu river in a city called “Ayodhya

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