Ayodhya is the city of God. This city is considered sacred and is compared to heaven. In the olden times, people have a deep religious belief about Ayodhya and it is still intact today. Every philosopher who comes here must visit these places, let's know here.
Ramkot: Ramkot is considered to be one of the major places of Ayodhya. Where the influx of devotees remains throughout the year. Devotees come from all over the country, the number of foreign tourists is also seen here. Ramnavami festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm here and it is famous all over the world. Ram Navami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Rama with full devotion and gaiety.
Historical Babri structure: Instead of this historic building, now only big ruins can be seen here. This mosque was built here in 1527 on the orders of Babar, the first Mughal emperor of India. Mir Baqi named it Babri Masjid. Significantly, the Babri Masjid dispute has been one of the most disputed communal matters in India. On 6 December 1992, a structure in Ramkot was demolished and the dispute has not stopped.
Hanuman Garhi Temple: The ancient Hanuman Garhi temple of Ayodhya is situated in the middle of the city. This temple is dedicated to Hanuman, the biggest devotee of Shriram. You will see that Hanuman ji is worshiped here like the king of Ayodhya. It is believed that Lord Hanuman lived in a cave here and was fully active to protect the city. You can see the statue of Mata Anjani with Bal Hanuman in the main temple here. It is believed that every wish of the devotees who come here is fulfilled.
Maharaj Dasharatha Mahal: Maharaja Dasharatha Mahal in Ramkot is also known as Bada Sthan or Bada Sthal. The venue is opened for tourists from 8 am to 12 noon and from 4 pm to 10 pm. Ram Vivah, Deepavali, Shravan Mela, Chaitra Ram Navami and Kartik Mela have special significance here and are celebrated with special enthusiasm here. Tourists come from far and wide to celebrate these festivals. Chakravarti Maharaj Dasharatha is believed to have lived in the palace with his relatives. The site has now been transformed into a sacred temple, which houses the statues of Rama-Sita, Lakshmana and Shatrughan Adit.
Nageshwarnath Temple: Nageshwarnath Temple in Ayodhya also has special mythological significance. It is believed that this temple was built by Kush, son of Lord Rama. According to religious legend, once Kush had gone for a bath in the Saryu river and while bathing, his arm was fallen somewhere in the river. This arm went to some Nagakanya. It is said that she fell in love with Nagakanya Kush, who worshiped Shiva. Later this temple was built for this Nagakanya and its name was Nageshwarnath Temple. During Shivaratri, such a grand event is organized in this temple, whose beauty is made on sight.