Discover Ayodhya's spiritual essence as the birthplace of Lord Ram, featuring the iconic Ram Janmabhoomi, Hanuman Garhi, Sita Ki Rasoi, Swaminarayan Temple, and Treta Ke Thakur.
However, now that it is time for the grand inauguration of the temple on 22 January 2024, let's take a virtual stroll through the temples in Ayodhya to know why Ayodhya is Dev Bhoomi in every essence of its existence.
Ram Mandir has always been the part of Ram Janmabhoomi, it is after the supreme court’s final verdict on 19 November 2019 that the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya, started.
Lord Vishnu’s seventh manifestation Ram — the protagonist of Hindu mythology Ramayana, was born and brought up along Ayodhya's river Sarayu. Hence Rama Janmabhoomi — the birthplace of Lord Ram, is a highly sacred place for Hindu devotees.
Hanuman Garhi is a temple of Lord Hanuman — a deity in Hinduism who is known to be a devotee of Lord Rama. It is believed that before going to Ram Temple one must visit this temple.The temple has a 6 inches tall idol of the deity also known as Maruti.
Once an ancient kitchen, this temple is a little different from usual ones. Instead of a deity goddess idol, 'Sita Ki Rasoi' displays vessels in which Sita used to cook.
Originally from Chhapaiya, Shri Swaminarayan moved to Ayodhya and lived in the well-known Swaminarayan temple on Patrapur Road in Ayodhya. The gorgeous temple houses exquisitely sculpted idols of Harikrishna Maharaj and Radha Krishna Deva.
Several idols of gods from Hindu mythology Ramayana — Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Hanuman, Bharat, and Sugreev can be found in the Treta Ke Thakur Temple, which is located near Ayodhya's Naya Ghat. According to reports, a single black sandstone was used to construct these figures.