Ayodhya- the palace of Lord Rama.

“Om Kleem Namo Bhagavathey Raamachandraaya sakalajana vashyak”


The mantra praises Lord Ram as a charismatic god who can promote peace and harmony in the universe.

This mantra contains the kleem beej sound which is a magnetic seed to attract success and happiness into the chanter’s life.

Another significant mantra to be chanted for protection from the Lord –

“Shri Rama Jaya Rama Kodhanda Rama”

 Chanting this mantra removes all fears and promotes harmony. Kodanda is the weapon of Lord Rama- the bow

Now as you have already chanted the two most powerful mantra, let me now give you a quick tour of lord Rama’s palace, more specifically known as the palace of words and promises and Lord Rama who is another avatar of Lord Vishnu as recorded in the great epic ‘The Ramayana’

This destination has a very strong gravity for the Hindus especially.

Ayodhya is one of the seven pilgrimages for the Hindus called Sapta-puris. Every pilgrim who visits the Kumbh Mela ends their journey at Ayodhya after their spiritual dip in the Ganga.

Some majestic and significant places in Ayodhya are Dashrath Mahal and Janaki Mahal, Sita Ki Rasoi (a traditional kitchen dedicated to Mother Sita)


  1. Dashrath Bhavan
  2. The Hanuman Garhi Mandir
  3. Kanak Bhavan
  4. Nageshwarnath Temple
  5. Treta ke Thakur
  6. Mani Parbat
  7. Ram Mandir

1.    Dashrath Bhavan

This Bhavan is located in the heart of the city of Ayodhya. This is the original residence of King Dashratha who was the ruler of Ayodhya and father of Lord Rama. Lord Rama took his birth in this city and there goes the whole chapter of the epic ‘The Ramayana’.

Festivals like – Ram Vivah, Karthik Mela, Diwali, Ram Navami and Shravan Mela are held in high esteem.

  1. The Hanuman Garhi Mandir

The Hanuman Garhi Mandir- a 10-century old temple. It is believed that Lord Hanuman sits here and guards the city of Ayodhya as Rama had asked him to do so during his last breath.

Towards the entrance, the temple holds 76-staircase pathway. Inside the mandir, there is the presence of a 6-inch-tall idol of Hanuman along with his mother, Maa Anjani.

  1. Kanak Bhavan

This place was gifted by Queen Kaikayee to Sita when she came to Ayodhya after her marriage.


  1. Nageshwarnath Temple

This temple is believed to have been set up by Lord Rama’s son, Kush. This temple is located at Ram Ki Paidi in Ayodhya. There exists a myth behind this temple.

It is believed that Kush lost his armlet, while bathing in the Saryu, and the armlet was picked up by a Nag-Kanya, who later fell in love with him. As she was a devotee of Shiva, Kush constructed this temple in the name.

The Shiva Barat or the procession of Lord Shiva is a significant attraction here especially during Shivratri.

  1. Treta ke Thakur

Treta ke Thakur is a group of temple houses of Lord Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Hanuman, Bharat and Sugreev.

This temple is open once in a year for the public on a day of Ekadashi- a day observed as the Shukla Paksha’s eleventh day during the month of Karthika as per the Hindu calendar.

Colourful celebrations are carried out on this day in the mark of the preservation of old traditional customs.

  1. Mani Parbat

Mani Parbat is a tiny hillock situated in Kami Ganj in Ayodhya which is situated about 65 feet above sea level. This is built by Emperor Ashoka.

Parbat is located quite close to another famous hill called the ‘Sugriv Parbat’, Sugriv who is a major character in the epic ‘The Ramayan’. There is also an Islamic mausoleum at the foothills of Mani Parbat.

  1. Ram Mandir

Spiritual by heart? Devotee of Lord Vishnu or Lord Rama or lover of mythology? Ram Mandir is the destination you shouldn’t miss from your list and immediately add to your bucket. The whole Epic of The Ramayana submerge here.

Inside the temple Lord Ram with his wife, Sita on the left and the most adorable brother, Lakshmana to his right, Maharaj Sugriva and Lord Narsimha side by side, all sits accordingly and divinely.

Idol of Maa Durga is also present in the darbaar on the right side followed by Lord Hanuman and Lord Jambavan (who assisted Lord Ram and Goddess Sita)

Important Events at the temple

  1. Ram Navami
  2. Ganga Dussehra
  3. Rath Yatra
  4. Sawan Teej
  5. Rahesya Pooranmashi
  6. Vivha Panchami
  7. Ganesh Kunwari Jayanti
  8. Holika Festival
  9. Wedding of Lord Ram and Mother Sita


You shouldn’t miss out

Morning – Aarti to Aarti Rajbhog + 5 min or till last person visiting temple

Evening – Shyam Aarti to Biyari Ki Aarti + 5 min.


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