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Ayodhya: 9 Destinations to trace the footsteps of Ramayana

Welcome, fellow travelers, to the enchanting city of Ayodhya, where every stone has a story to tell and every breeze whispers the tales of the Ramayana. Buckle up for an enchanting journey as we embark on the Ayodhya’s Ramayana Tour, exploring the sacred places and unlocking the historical significance of this ancient city.

A scenic view depicting ram mandir in ayodhya and a devotee with an animal symbolising hindu culture
Beauty of Ayodhya


·       The Mythical start:

Our adventure begins with the echoes of ancient times, mingling in the air. Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama, stands as a living testament to the legendary epic, the Ramayana. Picture yourself walking through the historic lanes, feeling the mythical energy that still lingers in every corner.

Lets start imprinting our footprints on the land of spirituality and explore alongside.


1. Ram Janmabhoomi - The Sacred Ground:


Our first stop is the renowned Ram Janmabhoomi, the very spot where Lord Rama is believed to have been born. As you step onto this sacred ground, where you can almost hear the divine whispers and witness the echoes of Ramayana filling the air. Take a moment to absorb the spiritual energies that envelopes this holy site.


2. Hanuman Garhi - The Monkey God’s Abode:


Next on our Ayodhya Chronicles is Hanuman Garhi, the abode of the mighty Hanuman. Up above after 76 steps, the temple settle atop a mound. Be prepared to feel the power of devotion.

People has it that Hanuman vigilantly guarded Ayodhya during Lord Rama's exile. The panoramic view of the city, soak in the energy of Hanuman's unwavering devotion.


Tip by Tarzan: They say if you make a wish while tying a red thread around the tree in the temple premises, Hanuman might just make it come true!


3. Kanak Bhavan - The Palace of Devotion:


Our journey through Ayodhya wouldn't be complete without a visit to Kanak Bhavan, the palace gifted to Ma Sita by her mother after her marriage. The architecture, decorated with intricate carvings, tells tales of love and sacrifice. Explore the inner chambers and let your imagination run wild, envisioning the life that once thrived within these walls.


4. Treta Ke Thakur – The cluster of timeless temples:


Ayodhya is filled with numerous ancient temples, each telling a special story. Take a stroll through Treta Ke Thakur, a cluster of temples dedicated to various deities. Go through the timeless architecture and connect with the spiritual aura that resonates through these sacred spaces.

5. Sita Ki Rasoi - The Kitchen of Devotion:

Our next destination takes us to Sita Ki Rasoi, a humble kitchen that holds immense spiritual significance. According to the Ramayana, Sita is believed to have cooked for Lord Rama here during their time in Ayodhya.

The essence of devotion and love lingers in the air, making it a must-visit for those seeking a deeper connection with the divine.


6. Nageshwarnath Temple - Serpent's Sanctuary


Our spiritual journey continues with a visit to Nageshwarnath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Devotees has it that Lord Rama instilled the Shivalinga here before proceeding to Lanka. The peaceful atmosphere and the divine energy within the temple create a perfect environment for meditation and self-reading.


7. Brahma Kund - The Sacred Pond


As we stroll through Ayodhya's spiritual landscape, we come across Brahma Kund, a sacred pond associated with Lord Rama's return to Ayodhya. According to the locals, it is believed that Lord Rama took a ceremonial bath here, marking the end of his exile. Immerse yourself in the serene ambiance, and let the holy waters cleanse your spirit.



8. Bharat Mandir - A Brotherhood of Faiths


Our final stop is Bharat Mandir, a temple dedicated to Lord Rama's younger brother, Bharat. This temple serves as a symbol of unity among various communities and beliefs. Explore the vibrant cultural diversity that Ayodhya embraces, fostering an atmosphere of brotherhood and harmony.

9. Guptar Ghat - The Hidden Spiritual Retreat


Our final destination takes us to the serene Guptar Ghat, a hidden gem along the Sarayu River. Guptar Ghat is believed to be the spot where Lord Rama entered the river to leave the mortal world and return to his divine abode. The calmness of this sacred location creates a sacred atmosphere, inviting visitors to connect with the spiritual essence of the river and the mythical departure of Lord Rama.


As our spiritual exploration of Ayodhya concludes, remember that each of these places is not merely a destination but a gateway to a deeper understanding of the divine. Ayodhya, with its charm, invites you to escape the material world and connect with the spiritual touch that radiates through every corner of this holy city.

May your journey be filled with enlightenment and inner peace.


So, pack your curiosity, gather your wishes, and let Ayodhya mesmerize you with its Chronicles - a journey that defeats time and connects us to the eternal tales of the Ramayana.

Thanks for tuning in, and remember, the pleasant adventures take place off the overwhelmed route! 🌍✈️🔍

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Optima Travels
Optima Travels
04 במאי

Nice blog in the sense that it mentions all the major highlights of Ayodhya. Some other places to visit are Ram Katha Museum, Ayodhya Research Center & Ramkot.

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