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Famous temples of lord Shri Rama
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Famous temples of lord Shri Rama

The most dignified lord Shri Ram dwells in the heart of all Indians. There are many told and untold places that

are associated with the life of lord Ram. We will tell you about various such places that will reveal the life

history of Shri Ram.


The city of Ayodhya is one among the seven famous pilgrimage places of Lord Shri Ram. It is located in Uttar Pradesh where lord Ram took birth around 7128 years back in 5114 B.C. According to our Vedic scripture Ramayana, the city of Ayodhya was established by Manu himself. There are fourteen famous ghats.  The most famous among them are Guptadwar ghat, Kaikayee ghaat, Kaushalya ghat, Paapmochan ghat and Lakshman ghat.  Every year, three fairs are organised in this city during the month of March- April, July- August and October - November. Apart from this, Kanak mahal is also one of the most famous places of Ayodhya. It is said that Kaikayee offered Kanak mahal to Goddess Sita when she saw her face for the first time after marriage. This mahal was among the most beautiful mahals of the city at that time. There is a famous story about the idols of Lord Ram and Goddess Sita established at this place in the form of temple by their son Kush. These idols were established by Kush when Lord Ram returned from earth in tretayug. However, now days, it has taken the form of a renowned temple.

Shri Ramchandra Swami temple Bhadrachalam is the temple of ShriRam located in the city of Bhadrachalam in Khammar district. The temple is dedicated to Shri Ram and Goddess Sita both. Bhadrachalam is approximately 35 kilometres away from Pranshala village. Parnshala is one such place where Lord Ram spent some time of his exile period. When Lord Ram went to Lanka to bring Goddess Sita back, then he crossed Godavari River and spent some time here. This temple has been constructed exactly on the same location from where Shri Ram crossed the river. Earlier a temple of bamboo tree was constructed here; however during the Middle Ages there was a huge devotee of Lord Ram by the name of  Kanchali Gopanna who was a revenue collection officer of the district. He got constructed this temple that looks magnanimous now. It is now famous by the name of Sita Ramchandra Swami temple. Thereafter people started calling him Ramdas.

Hariharnath Temple Sonpur The construction of this Hariharnath temple was done himself by Lord Ram when he was going for Sita swayamvar to Janakpur in tretayug. The temple is positioned in Bihar in Sonpur near Gandak river. Harihar is made up of two words- 'Hari' which means 'Lord Vishnu' and 'Har' which means 'Lord Shiva'; though in recent times, the temple got constructed by King Raja Ram Narayan. In Hindu religion, it is believed that on Kartika purnima if an individual takes bath in this river, he gets results of donations made equivalent to 100 cows. Sonpur also organises one of the most famous fairs of Asia. Across the world, the temple of Hariharnath is the only temple where the idols of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu have been established together.

Chitrakoot Temple of Shri Ram This temple is among the most famous pilgrimage temples of Hindus. The nearby areas of Sitapur, Kamta, Khohi, Naya Gaav and Karvi are well known by the name of Chitrakoot. It is the same Chitrakoot where Goddess Sita and Lord Ram spent approximately eleven and half years of their exile period with brother Laxman on different places. There is a reason as in why this place has been named Chitrakoot. Chitrakoot is made up of two words- 'Chitra' and 'Koot'. Chitra means Ashok while Koot means choti. At some point of time, the trees of Asoka were found in abundance on this place and hence for this reason this place has been named as Chitrakoot.

Ramvan in Satna After taking rest for sometime in Chitrakoot, Shri Ram passed through the aashram of Atri sage and reached Madhya Pradesh. There he strolled to ashrams of various sages like Maandavya aashram, Shringi aashram etc. Ramvan is located in the heart of Satna district. It is believed that Ramvan was established in 1936 by Sharda Prasaadji during Bramhakaal. At some distance from the village, a saint told Sharda Prasaad that Lord Ram stepped on the pious ground of Satna village and he spent complete night here. For this reason, it became mandatory to construct a temple on the sacred place so that the incidence stays fresh in our memory. Inspired by the conversation of the sage, he constructed a temple on this pace. This way, he transformed the jungle into a marvellous pilgrimage tourist place. His unbelievable dedication made Ramvan of Madhya Pradesh into a popular tourist place.

Ram in Panchvati In contemporary times, Panchvati is located in Nasik district of Maharashtra on the bank of river Godavari. This temple is located 20 miles away from Godavari River's origination point. Since five types of trees are located at this place, it is termed as Pachvati. These trees include Peepal, Banyan, Indian Gooseberry, Bel and Ashok. It is believed that after taking bath in Godavari River when Shri Ram came to this place, he planted all these trees with his own hands with the assistance of Goddess Sita and brother Laxman. At that time, this forest belonged to the area of Dandak forest. This is the only place where Laxman slaughtered the nose of Ravan's sister Surpnakha. He also had a fight with 'Khar' and' Dooshan' at this place.

Rameshwar Pilgrimage As Uttarkashi bears special significance in Kashi, similarly Rameshwar is considered one of the most significant pilgrimage places in Tamil Nadu. It is located in south of Tamil Nadu in district Ramnathpuram. Rameshwar is surrounded by Hind Ocean and Bay of Bengal. It is one of the most beautiful islands among all. This is the only place where Shri Ram went with his army of monkeys to reach Lanka and underwent construction of bridge by throwing stones that float on water. This temple of Rameshwar is one of the most commendable architecture of Indian art. Its entrance gate is 40 feet high. Inside the temple there are numerous huge pillars that are engraved with exceptionally fine 'bel- batae' carvings.

The temple of Shri Ram teerth is located 11 kilometres away on Amritsar Chogawa road in state of Punjab. This is the place where the ashram of Maharshi Valmiki is located. When Shri Ram abandoned Goddess Sita, she came and settled down here. Maharshi Valmiki offered her place to live. It is believed that people who do not have their own house, visit to this place and pray for their own house to get their wish fulfilled. They collect small stones and bricks and put them one above another and wish to have their own house. The sons Love and Kush of Shri Ram and Goddess Sita took birth on this place. Maharshi Valmiki wrote Ramayan here only. There is a pond in the proximity of this ashram. It is believed that Lord Hanuman created this pond by digging earth. Every year in the month of November on Purnima, four days grand fair is organised at this place.

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