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Raj Dwar Mandir to Kanak Bhawan, Ram temples to visit in Ayodhya

Kanak Bhawan, northeast of Ram Janam Bhumi in Ayodhya is a renowned temple. A gift to Devi Sita by Kaikei, it's her private palace, renovated by Vikramaditya and later by Vrish Bhanu Kunwari.


Bharat Ram Milap Temple marks where Lord Bharat convinced Lord Rama to return to Ayodhya. Visit to see the footprints of both brothers on rocks.

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Treta Ke Thakur Temple, at Naya Ghat, honours Lord Rama. Built 300 years ago, it holds religious importance, linked to Rama's victory. Idols carved from black stone depict key Ramayana figures.

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Shri Kale Ram Temple, dedicated to Lord Ram, was built 2000 years ago by King Vikramaditya. The idol, saved from the Mughals in 1528 was found by a Brahmin in 1748 and brought to the temple.

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The Raj Dwar, originally an entry point to the Solar dynasty's palaces, now stands as a temple. This architectural marvel reflects ancient Indian mastery, open daily but not on the tourist circuit.

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Situated 900 meters from Ayodhya Dham Junction Railway Station and 1.1 km from Ram Mandir is Shri Sita Ram Mandir, Ayodhya. Visit here to experience the divine power of Lord Rama.

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Ram Sabha Mandir, Ayodhya is another holy place to experience the history of Lord Rama. Before you're planning to visit Ram Janmbhoomi, keep these mentioned temples in your check list.

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