Apart from Ayodhya, there are grand temples of Shri Ram at these places, one is called 'Ayodhya of the South'. - Newztezz Online

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Apart from Ayodhya, there are grand temples of Shri Ram at these places, one is called 'Ayodhya of the South'.


Everyone's eyes are towards the city of Ayodhya regarding the consecration of Lord Ram and everyone wants to reach here and have darshan of Lord Ram. For now, let us tell you that there are many grand temples of Lord Ram in the country, where if you see the sixth one, you will be left in awe. If you are a devotee of Ram then you can visit these temples once.

22 January i.e. the day of Ram Lala's life consecration, hence at this time the eyes of all Ram devotees are towards the city of Ayodhya. People are spreading their eyelashes to welcome Lord Ram and have his darshan. Lord Ram's temple is still under construction, but its grandeur is evident. Apart from Ayodhya, there are many huge Ram temples in the country where you will feel blessed after visiting them. The vastness and artwork of these temples is unmatched in itself. If you are a devotee of Ram, then visiting these temples along with Ayodhya will be a wonderful experience for you.

The unique Chhath of the grand temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya is attracting everyone. There are many such grand Ram temples across the country whose Chhath is unique. So let us know about these temples.

Sita Ramachandra Swamy Temple, Telangana

Sita Ramachandra Swamy Temple is situated in Bhadrachalam, Bhadradi Kothagudem, Telangana. This is one of the oldest temples in the country and is believed to be related to the Ramayana period. This temple is also called 'Ayodhya of the South'.

Ram Raja Temple, Madhya Pradesh

Ram Raja Temple located in Orchha, Madhya Pradesh is the only temple where Lord Ram sits as the king and he is also given a guard of honor daily. In this temple, Lord Ram along with Mother Sita, Lakshman ji, Hanuman ji, Maa Durga. Sugriva and Jamwant ji are also worshipped.

Ram Tirath Temple, Punjab

The Ram Tirath temple built in Amritsar, Punjab is also believed to be related to the Ramayana period. The story found about this temple is related to Lord Ram's sons Luv and Kush. It is believed that this is the same place where Maharishi Valmiki had provided shelter to Mother Sita.

Triprayar Sriram Temple, Kerala

Sri Ramaswamy Temple is situated on the banks of Karuvannur River in Thrissur district of Kerala. A 6 feet high statue of Lord Ram is installed here, while Lord Shiva, Ganpati Maharaj, and Krishna also reside in the premises of this temple.

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