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 Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

 Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

  Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya is one of the seven sacred cities for Hindus. Ayodhya plays a key role in the Hindu epic Ramayana as it is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Rama. This religious town is also the birthplace of four of the 24 Jain Tirthankaras (religious teachers) who lure tourists with its peaceful ghats. With an abundance of monkeys, a buzz of visitors, and a general spiritual aura, Ayodhya has been surrounded by controversy for about a decade. The mosque, which was said to be built on top of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple, has become a bone of contention between Hindus and Muslims. In 2005, Ayodhya witnessed a terrorist attack at the Ram Lalla temple site.

Despite the controversy, Ayodhya has so much color and spirituality for Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya to see and has become a major spiritual center. A land of many religious temples, the traffic-free streets of Ayodhya are interesting enough in themselves to merit a visit. Ayodhya, also known as Saket, is an ancient city of India, the birthplace of Bhagwan Shri Rama and the setting of the great epic Ramayana. Ayodhya used to be the capital of the ancient kingdom of Kosala. It has an average elevation of 93 meters (305 ft). According to the Ramayana, Ayodhya was founded by Vaivasvata Manu (son of Lord Surya and descendant of Lord Brahma) and the first ruler of Ayodhya was Ikshvaku (Son of Vaivasvata Manu). 

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             1.Shri.Ram janmabhoomi

        Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya Translated to Ram’s Birthplace, Ram Janmabhoomi is believed to have been the birthplace of the Hindu deity, Lord Ram. According to the Indian epic Ramayana, Rama, the seventh manifestation of Lord Vishnu, grew up along Ayodhya’s Saraju River. Ram Janmabhoomi is a highly revered place for Hindu devotees. After being a site of conflict for decades, the Ram Janmabhoomi land was handed over by the Supreme Court of India to a trust fund to build a Ram temple. The foundation stone laying ceremony for the Ram Temple of Ayodhya was performed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 5, 2020. The proposed design of the temple is magnificent and magnificent.

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       2.Hanumangarhi, Ayodhya

          Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya  Hanuman Garhi is a 10th-century temple dedicated to the Hindu god Hanuman. It is one of the most important temples in Ayodhya as it is customary to visit Hanuman Garhi before visiting Ram Temple in Ayodhya. Lord Hanuman is believed to have lived at the site of the temple that guarded Ayodhya. The temple on top of the hill enhances the way to the entrance with 76 steps. With a panoramic view of the surrounding hills, there is a 6 inch tall idol of Hanuman. The main temple has an inner cave decorated with numerous statues of Lord Hanuman along with his mother Maa Anjani. Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti, which celebrate the birth of Lord Ram and Lord Hanuman, attract thousands of devotees to Hanuman Garhi. Hanuman Garhi in Ayodhya is well connected by road, rail and air routes.Ayodhya Tourist Places

          3.Kanak Bhawan, Ayodhya

                      Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya Kanak Bhawan is established towards the North East corner of Ram Janmabhoomi in Tulsi Nagar. Built in 1891, this temple is also known as Sone-ka-Ghar. It is a holy place dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Rama and his consort, Goddess Sita. Kanak Bhawan, which also means Golden Palace, cites three golden-crowned idols of two gods under a silver roof in the sanctum sanctorum (Garbagriha). This shrine is believed to have been gifted to Rama and Sita by his stepmother Kaikeyi.

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                         After a proposed renovation during Vikramaditya’s reign, the place was further completely remodeled by Vrish Bhanu Kunwari. This Bundela-style temple is currently managed by Sri Vrishbhan Dharma Setu Trust Private Limited.










       4. Nageshwarnath Temple, Ayodhya

             Nageshwarnath Temple, founded in the name of the local deity, Lord Nageshwarnath, is located adjacent to  Theri  Bazaar in Ayodhya. It is believed to have been founded by Kush or Kusha, son of Lord Rama. Although the sacred site has continued to be well maintained since 750 AD, the present temple is said to have been renovated in 1750 by Safar Junga’s minister, Naval Rai. Legend has it that Kush came across a devotee of Shiva called Naga Kanya when he accidentally lost a ring on his hand at a local bathhouse.Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

           When he learned that he had fallen in love with him, he built this Shaiva temple for Naga Kanya. Nageshwarnath Temple attracts many devotees during Mahashivaratri and Trayodashi, also known as Pradosh Vrat or Pradosh Vratam, in South India. A major attraction here is the Shiva Barat or procession of Lord Shiva.

        5. Dashrath Bhavan,Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya 

    Dashrath Bhavan is the original residence of King Dashrath – the ruler of Ayodhya and father of Lord Sri Ram. Popularly known as Bada Asthan or Badi Jagah, the Dashrath Mahal houses the magnificent shrine of King Rama. Believed to be the childhood home of Lord Rama and the capital of King Dasharatha, it has an ornate and ornate entrance with beautiful paintings.

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        There are saffron-robed monks chanting mantras, chanting and dancing in the palace. Although Dashrath Bhavan is relatively smaller than the palace superlative, it is a definite magnet during festivities like Ram Vivah, Karthik Mela, Diwali, Ram Navami and Shravan. Mela.


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        1. Choti Chawni, Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

Choti Chawni, also known as Valmiki Bhawan or Maniramdas Chawni, is a magnificent structure in Ayodhya made entirely of white marble. A sigh of pure beauty, this place is worth a visit. The number of historical caves is 34, 12 in the south are Buddhist, 17 in the center are Hindu and 5 in the north are Jain, therefore it is significant and elaborate. architectural brilliance. Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya The Kailasha temple in the caves only adds to the intricate beauty of the structures.

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          2.Sita Ki Rasoi, Ayodhya

          Ram Janmahoomi in Ayodhya’s Rajkot, Sita ki Rasoi is an ancient kitchen used by Goddess Sita herself. Built quite close to the Ram Janmabhoomi, this sacred place is now a temple that houses some display vessels. One of the two kitchens worshiped in the name of Sita, this Sita Ki Rasoi is a basement kitchen.

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The other end of the temple quotes richly dressed and decorated idols of Ram, Lakshman, Bharat and Shatrughan and their wives Sita, Urmila, Mandavi and Srutakirti. Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya Worshiped as the goddess of food, Sita is also known as the goddess of Annapurna. So the temple continues this tradition by offering free food. Visitors can also donate any financial amount for charitable purposes here.

     3.Ramkatha Park, Ayodhya 

                Ram Katha Park is a beautiful park in Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya that houses open-air theaters and well-maintained lawns. Spread over a vast area, it is a popular venue for worship programs, cultural performances, religious events, dances, poetry, and Katha recitals. On non-occasion evenings, Ram Katha Park is used as a playground. for children or a relaxing garden for adults. It also supports cultural and pop events and encourages national and international artists to showcase their talents. It has become a common favorite because the airy amphitheater is a respite from the crowded and crowded halls of the city.

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          4.Moti Mahal, Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya 

                          Moti Mahal, popularly known as the ‘Pearl Palace’, is located a few kilometers from the city of Ayodhya in Faizabad. The palace was built in 1743 and was the residence of Queen Begum Unmatuzzohra Banu, wife of the then Nawab Shuja-ud-Daulah. A magnificent marvel of Mughal architecture, the majesty of the monument echoes the rich heritage of Nawabi culture.

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      5. Guitar Ghat, Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

                    Located on the banks of the Sarayu River, also known as the Ghaggar, Guptar Ghat is a place of worship in Faizabad near Ayodhya. This ghat with steps leading to the holy river was once a neighbor to the colonial Company Gardens, now known as the Gupta Ghat Van. This place is said to be where the Hindu deity Lord Ram used to meditate and do business. ‘Jal Samadhi’ in the river. He then attained ‘Baikuntha’ and descended into heaven as an avatar of Lord Vishnu.

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               Among the several temples located here, Sita-Ram Temple, Chakrahari Shrine, and Narsingh Temple are popular. Renovated in the 1800s and constantly improvised by the UP government, the Guptar Ghat is now equipped with modern amenities as well.

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             1. Gulab Bari, Ayodhya

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           Also known as the Rose Garden, Gulab Bari is located in Vaidehi Nagar. The 18th-century Gulab Bari structure brings clean Nawab-style architecture along with an abundance of roses to complement the fountains and lush greenery. Listed under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, Gulab Bari is currently protected as part of the National Heritage.

        2.Treta Ke Thakur,Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

            Located along the Naya Ghat of Ayodhya, the Treta Ke Thakur Temple houses numerous idols including Lord Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, Hanuman, Bharata, and Sugreeva. These statues are said to have been carved from a single block of black sandstone. It is believed that Treta Ke Thakur was built 300 years in the past by Kullu, a king of that time. This structure is said to stand in the same spot as the famous Ashwamedha Yagna performed by Lord Rama. Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya The temple was further remodeled in 1700 by the then Maratha queen, Ahilyabai Holkar.

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      3. Tulsi Smarak Bhawan Museum, Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

             Tulsi Smarak Bhawan, Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya established in memory of the 16th-century poet saint Goswami Tulsidas, is believed to be the place where Tulsidas composed the Ramcharita. Located at the eastern end of the National Highway at the Rajgang Crossing in Ayodhya, the Smarak was built in 1969 by Sri Vishwanath Das, the Governor of Uttar Pradesh at that time. Apart from a vast library which is a repository of rich literature, Smarak also houses a research center called ‘Ayodhya Research Sansthan’. It is used to study and add meaning to literary, cultural, and spiritual information about Ayodhya. The center also exhibits the arts and crafts of the Ramayana and the Rámkatha is recited daily.

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      4.Bahu Begum Ka Maqbara, Tourist Attractions In Ayodhya

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              Bahu Begum ka Makbara is located on Maqbara Road in Faizabad and is popularly known as the “Taj Mahal of the East”. Dedicated to Queen Bride Begum Unmatuzzohra Bano, wife, and queen of Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula, the unique mausoleum is the tallest monument in all of Faizabad and is known for its Negughal architectural brilliance. A magnificent example of Awadh architecture, Bahu Begum ka Makbara has three domes, intricately designed interiors, and wonderfully executed walls and ceilings. The shrine was built in 1816 in memory of the queen, where she was buried after her death, and cost a total of three million rupees.


         5. Mani Parvat

           Mani Parvat in Ayodhya is at a height of 65 feet. It is believed to be part of the Sanjeevani Booti hill which was carried by Lord Hanuman. It is said to have fallen from Hanuman while carrying the hill in his hand to heal Lakshmana. It gives visitors a great view of Ayodhya from the top of the hill. At a distance of 3 km from Ayodhya Junction, Mani Parvat is a small hill located in Kami Ganj, Ayodhya. Located about 65 feet above sea level, Mani Parvat has great religious significance. According to the Ramayana, Lord Hanuman uprooted an entire mountain containing rejuvenating sanjeevani booti to treat Lakshman who was injured in the battle of Meghnath. A part of the mountain is believed to have fallen at a place in Ayodhya called Mani Parbat. It lies near another mound called Sugriv Parbat.

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