The Ayodhya temple site is located 6 km away from the district of Faizabad district in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Varanasi, Faizabad, the train track will arrive at the Ayodhya Railway Station. The city of Ayodhya, which was born in the of Sriram, is famous.
The Maharaja of Dasharatha conducted Putrakamasthi Yagna for children. Sri Rama was born in Ayodhya as a result of Yajna. Thus Ayodhya town is known as the Ram Janmabhoomi.
Ayodhya Ram Mandir History
Manu, son of Brahma, known that the Ayodhya city was built and ruled by the capital. After this Manu, he shared his kingdom with his numeral sons and the Ayodhya parishioners his elder son, Iksvaku. Since then, the kings who ruled this Ayodhya came to be known as the descendants of Iksvaku. Iksvaku elder son name is Vivukshi.
One day Devendra fights with Titans, in that time he asked to help Vivukshi. Devendra was carrying the Vivukshi on his back in the form of a bull. For that reason, the name “Kaakusthya” is named after the Vivukshi. All the kings who later ruled this Ayodhya were also called “Kaakusthya”.
Mandhata is the 20th generation after Manu. Later, Harishchandra ruled Ayodhya for 5 generations. Another great emperor in this genus is Dilip. Dilip son is Raghu. The Raghu descendants of the rulers who ruled Ayodhya got the name of Raghu after many rituals and earned immense prestige. 65th generation after Sri Rama Manu. During this period, the area of Ayodhya was known as Kosala. The rulers ruled by Ayodhya are mentioned in the Mahabharata story of Mandhata, Sagarudu, Bhageeradhudu, Ambareeshudu, Dilip and Sri Rama. In the first ram birthplace, Vikramaditya constructed the divine shrine with rocky rocks. The King of Kanoj Jayalandra made it repaired.
Ayodhya Ram Mandir and Masjid
In 1526, Barbur was demolished Rama’s temple and built by a mosque with its stables. A Rama Mandir was built on the site of the mosque after the Indian Republic was formed after the Hindu and Muslim clashes over the controversy. Sri Rama Janmabhoomi is visiting devotees by military protection.
Hanuman Temple in Ayodhya
The back of the Hanuman temple is the opposite of the Brahma Satra, the Ram Janmabhoomi place. Hanuman Temple is very old. Lord Rama, who returned to Ayodhya after the Ravana and was ruled by the kingdom, is said to be the place where Hanuman was staying. Located opposite the Hanuman Temple is the residence of Sri Ram building. Only one day per year is allowed into the building. The rest of the days will not be accessible. We have to look out from the outside.
Ayodhya temple Places to visit
On the street next to Shri Rama’s building, there is only a few steps forward and right back to the Canka building. It is called Kaikeyi Residential Building. The temple is also known as the Sita Devi Residence. The whole temple is made of gold-plated rings. The festivities of the Seetaram are festooned with gold full of idols. While Shri Ram was in the Vanavasam, the ashram was built outside the six Sage, where he was staying. Shri Rama returned to Ayodhya where he came here, “Bharat Milap”, Rama and Bharata.
The Dasharatha Raja Mandir is the place where the deity is the throne. Also, the Paduka Mandir is the place where Lord Rama is placed in this place and the place where the Lord is worshiped. If you go beyond the area where the temples are located, the Rama’s birthplace comes. At present, a small tent has been pulled and placed inside it the idols of Sitaramara Lakshmana. Valmiki Mandir is the Govindaraj Mandir and the Char Dhamma Mandir.
The place where Sri Rama Pattabhishekam, the place where Sri Rama Rajyabhana was made, is the place where the stepmother of the stepmother is the ‘face of the earth’, the birthday of Kaikkei and the ‘Kausalya Bhavan’, Lakshmana and Dattavarmanas ‘Sumitra Bhavan’, ‘Sri Ram Janmabhoomi’ ‘Kanaka Bhavan’, ‘Anand Bhavan’, ‘Kopa Bhavan’ and ‘Hanuman Ghadi’ are some of the places in Sri Rama’s residence.
There are bathing scenes called Guptar Ghat, Rajghat, Ranghat, Janaki Ghat, and Naya Ghat on the banks of Sarayu. There is also Swargadvar who is the incarnation of Sri Rama. This place is said to have been taken by Sri Rama and his incarnation.
Ayodhya temple timings:
morning- 7.30 am to 11.30 am
evening- 4.30 pm to 9.30 pm
morning- 9 am to 11 am
evening- 4 pm to 9 pm
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