Ayodhya Ram Mandir

The Ram Mandir in Ayodhya is a very  beautiful and important temple dedicated to Lord Ram, one of the most loved deities in Hinduism. Believed to be the birthplace of Lord Ram, this temple attracts millions of visitors and devotees. Its construction ends a long-standing dispute and brings a sense of unity and pride to many people in India. The Ram Mandir is not only a place of worship but also a symbol of faith and cultural heritage.

The temple was inaugurated on 22 January 2024 after a Prana Pratishtha ceremony. On  the first day half a million visitors rushed to the temple. After a month, the temple ‘s average number of visitors are around 1 to 1.5 lakh on daily basis. The temple is dedicated to Lord Ram, making it a major pilgrimage site for devotees.

Facts of about Ayodhya Ram Mandir Tourism

  • 5.76 crore people visited Ayodhya in 2023. 
  • Approx. 1 lakh devotees visit Ayodhya per day. Ayodhya is one among the seven most sacred cities to Hindus. Especially for Astika Hindus, Ayodhya is like what Mecca generally means to Muslims and Jerusalem to Jews and Christians. 
  • Until 1992 the site was well known for the Mughal Era Mosque – Babri Masjid and later it was destroyed. Hence it created political differences between Hindu and Muslim communities. In 2019 Supreme Court provided Verdict to grant the site to Hindu, a new Ram Mandir was constructed.
  • The Ram Mandir is expected to attract millions of devotees and tourists, boosting local and national tourism. This influx is likely to have a positive economic impact on Ayodhya and the surrounding regions

How to Reach Ayodhya Ram Mandir

By Air: Maharishi Valmiki International Airport is in Ayodhya Dham. Lucknow airport 150km from Ayodhya.

By Road: Our Cabs are well connected to all the cities and States. https://cabsules.com/

By Rail: Ayodhya Railway is well connected to all the cities.

Major Events and Cultural experience at Ayodhya Ram Mandir:

  • Ram Navami – Birthday of Lord Rama
  • Diwali – celebrated as the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile.

Explore the Top 6 Famous Temples in Ayodhya, where history and spirituality meet.

1. Ram Janmabhoomi Temple

also known as Ram Mandir. It is the birth place of Lord Rama, seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. 1.12 crore tourists have visited Ayodhya since Ram temple’s door opened. The temple is expected to boost the local tourism and the economic development of Ayodhya. During the construction of the temple, use of steel, iron were avoided. Bansi Paharpur Pink Sandstone, Granite, White Makrana and colored Marbles were used. Teak wood is used for doors.

2. Hanuman Garhi

The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. One must climb 76 stairs and reach the hilltop to get blessings from the 6-inch tall idol of Lord Hanuman. Also there is belief that one must visit Hanuman Garhi first to seek permission and blessings from Lord Hanuman before visiting Ayodhya Ram Mandir.

3. Kanak Bhawan

is one of the famous temples in Ayodhya. It is a belief that the Bhawan was gifted to Devi Sita by Kaikei immediately after her marriage to Lord Rama. It’s a private palace of Devi Sita and Lord Rama. The main idols installed over here are Lord Rama and Devi Sita adorn in gold attire.

4. Saryu River

The water of this river is considered to be the most sacred in the world as per skanda purana and one must take a holy dip in this water during your visit to Ayodhya Ram Mandir. One can enjoy evening Aarti, sunset views and boat rides.

5. Ram Ki Paidi

Ayodhya Ram Mandir

is a sacred ghat on the banks of river Saryu and associated with Lord Rama. Devotees visit for ritual baths, prayers, cultural events and evening Aarti ceremony.

6. Nageshwarnath Temple

It is located near Ram ki paidi and dedicated to Lord Shiva, Nageshwarnath or God of Snakes. It was built by Lord Rama’s Younger son Kush as a gesture of gratitude when Naag Kanya, the daughter of a Snake, found his armlet in Saryu river and returned it to him.

Explore the unique flavors of Ayodhya where every dish tells a story.
Join us for a delicious journey through this historic city!

Ram Ladoo

is a popular street food snack in Ayodhya and various parts of North India. Despite its name, which means “Ram’s sweet,” Ram Ladoo is a savory dish made from lentils


is a traditional Indian drink, especially popular in Ayodhya, and is deeply associated with festivals and cultural celebrations. Thandai is a refreshing and flavorful milk-based drink, enriched with a blend of nuts, seeds, spices, and rose water. It is especially popular during festivals like Holi and Maha Shivaratri.

Kachori Sabzi

Kachori Sabzi consists of deep-fried, stuffed pastries known as kachoris, served with a flavorful and spicy potato curry 

Aloo Tikki

is a popular street food in Ayodhya, beloved for its crisp exterior and flavorful, spiced filling. This simple yet delicious snack is a staple in the local cuisine, enjoyed by residents and pilgrims alike. 

Litti Chokha

is a traditional dish widely enjoyed across northern India, including in Ayodhya, where it resonates deeply with the local culture and culinary traditions. This rustic and hearty meal is a favorite among both residents and visitors for its unique flavors and satisfying nature.

Ghugni Chaat

Ghugni Chaat is a popular snack in Ayodhya, part of the wider North Indian cuisine, where it enjoys a special place among the array of street foods. Made from spiced chickpeas, Ghugni Chaat is both nutritious and flavorful, making it a favorite among locals and tourists seeking to experience authentic regional flavors.

Ayodhya Ram Mandir FAQ: Your Guide to the Divine Landmark

The Ayodhya Ram Mandir is a grand temple constructed at the birthplace of Lord Rama, a site of immense religious significance for Hindus.

The temple is situated in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, a city revered as the birthplace of Lord Rama.

The Ram Mandir has a long and storied history, marked by its association with Lord Rama and a series of historical events, culminating in a landmark Supreme Court verdict in 2019 that paved the way for its construction.

While visiting the Ram Mandir, explore other significant sites in Ayodhya such as Hanuman Garhi, Kanak Bhawan, and the banks of the Sarayu River.

Ayodhya is accessible by road and rail, with the nearest airports being in Lucknow and Varanasi. Regular buses and trains connect Ayodhya to major cities.

The site offers various facilities including lodging, eateries, and information centers to ensure a comfortable and enriching experience for all visitors.

We are currently offering special customized tour packages to Ayodhya that include visits to all major attractions, comfortable stays and insights into the rituals and stories that make this city unique. Contact us to customize your spiritual and cultural journey to Ayodhya and let us handle the details while you immerse yourself in this captivating city.

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