Ayodhya: Visit India's Prominent Pilgrimage Destination!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Ayodhya is located in the Uttar Pradesh district of Faizabad. The city of Ayodhya is said to be the birthplace of Lord Ram, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

“Ram Janmabhoomi” means “Lord Ram's Birthplace.” Ram, the 7th avatar of Vishnu, may have grown up near the Sarayu river in Ayodhya.

Ram Janmabhoomi

Gulab Bari translates to "rose garden" in English, however, it is more than just a garden because it has numerous monuments. A mosque across from Gulab Bari has an Imambara dedicated to it.

Gulab Bari

The Moti Mahal is an amazing structure. The Palace is a magnificent example of Mughal architecture, and its beauty depicts the rich heritage of the Nawabs in an alluring way.

Moti Mahal

Dasrath Bhavan, where Lord Ram and his younger brothers grew up, is magnificent. In Ayodhya, visit this location for its stunning architecture and peaceful atmosphere.

Dashrath Bhavan

Raja Mandir is located on the bank of the Saryu River. It is devoted to Shri Lord Rama, who according to Hindu tradition was born here.

Raja Mandir

Ganj Golai is a temple of Goddess Jagdamba that was built in 1917. It is a beautiful piece of architecture in the middle of the city of Latur.

Hanuman Garhi

Bahu Begum ka Maqbara is a monument located near Faizabad on Maqbara Road. One of Ayodhya's top tourist attractions and Uttar Pradesh's most popular heritage site.

Bahu Begum ka Makara

The "Kanak Bhawan" is a famous temple devoted to Lord Ram and his divine bride Sita. It's in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya.

Kanak Bhawan

Saint Saifullah shaha saradi is buried in Surat shawali daragah. It was built in 1939, and both Hindus and Muslims come to see it.

Sita Ki Rasoi

The Theri Bazaar in Ayodhya is near to the Nageshwarnath Temple, named for the local divinity. Kush or Kusha, Lord Rama's son, founded it.

Nageshwarnath Temple