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Birth Place of Lord Rama

  • General Information

    Other Name: -, District: Faizabad, State: Uttar Pradesh, India
    Area: 0 sq. km.
    Languages Spoken: Hindi, Awadhi
    Long Distance Code: 05278
    Importance: Footprints of Ramayana
    Best Time to Visit: October to March and -
    International Access: -
  • Description

    Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama and is believed to be one of the seven most sacred places in India. Ayodhya finds mention in several legends and stories including the epic Ramayana. The Atharva Veda has described Ayodhya as a ‘city built by Gods and being prosperous like paradise itself’. Hindusim isn’t the only religion that prospered here; Jainism, Buddhism and Islam did too and their influences can be seen around the town. Ayodhya is also the birthplace of five Jain Tirthankars including Adinath. Ayodhya boasts of a range of tourist attractions that are scattered all over the place. A majority of these are religious attractions. Scores of pilgrims visit these Tourist Attractions in Ayodhya every year. Holy Places in Ayodhya attracts a lot of travelers from around the globe and is counted amongst the leading Ayodhya Tourist Attractions. Hanuman Garhi, a temple in the central part of the city is a must watch while visiting this place. This temple is a significant place both in terms of architecture as well as religion. The Jain temples of Ayodhya are another big attraction for the tourists. One may also pay a visit to Kanak Bhawan, the temple that's also called Sone-ka-Ghar. This temple houses images of Lord Sri Rama and Sita dressed in gold crowns. Nageshwarnath Temple is another good place to visit. At this place, the festival of Shivaratri is organized with huge pomp and splendor.
  • Location

    Ayodhya is an important religious center that is well linked to the rest of the country through different means of communication. This place is held in high regards as the birthplace of Lord Sri Rama. The city of Ayodhya is well linked to other significant towns in Uttar Pradesh through a well maintained network of State and National Highways. The nearest airport from Ayodhya is located in Lucknow, 140 kms from the city.
  • Climate

    Ayodhya has a humid subtropical climate, typical of central India. Summers are long, dry and hot, lasting from late March to mid-June, with average daily temperatures near 32 °C. They are followed by the monsoon season which lasts from July to October. Winter starts in early November and lasts till the end of January, followed by a short spring in February and early March with average temperatures around 16 °C.

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Ayodhya, India
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