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Ayodhya: Shri Ram Janambhoomi

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Ayodhya Yatra

A journey to Ayodhya is not just a physical pilgrimage but a transformative experience that connects individuals to their roots, deepens their spiritual connection, and unveils the timeless wisdom embedded within its sacred landscapes.

Shri Ram Janambhoomi

Shri Ram Janambhoomi

Shri Ram Janambhoomi holds deep historical significance, marked by a long-standing struggle to reclaim and rebuild the temple that is under construction today. It represents the triumph of faith, resilience, and the unity of devotees who hold Lord Rama in their hearts. The site is a beacon of hope, inspiring individuals to connect with their inner divinity and strive for righteousness in their own lives.

Hanumangarhi: Abode of Lord Hanuman

Hanumangarhi: Abode of Lord Hanuman

Lord Hanuman lived here in a cave and guarded the Shri Ram Janambhoomi or Ramkot. The main temple contains the Shri Vigrah of Maa Anjani, with Bal Hanuman seated on her lap.

Kanak Bhavan: The Golden Abode of Ayodhya

Kanak Bhavan: The Golden Abode of Ayodhya

This is the main temple of Ayodhya, which was built by King Orchha. It is the biggest and grandest. This is called Shriram's inner city or Sitaji's palace. The Shri Vigrah in this are Shree Sita-Ram. In front of the big Vigrah on the throne.

Darshaneshwar - Ayodhyanaresh Dasharatha's Palace

Darshaneshwar - Ayodhyanaresh Dasharatha's Palace

A little far away from Hanumangarhi is the 'big place'. This place is famous by the name 'Ayodhyanaresh Dasharatha's palace'. There is a beautiful temple of Darshaneshwar Mahadev in the garden of this palace.

Mattagjendra - The Kotwal Of Ayodhya

Mattagjendra - The Kotwal Of Ayodhya

Mattagjendra (Matagand) is the eldest son of Vibhishanji and is revered as the protector of Ramkot in Ayodhya. To the south of the famous Matagand square is the Mattagjendra temple. By seeing him all the problems of the people of Ayodhya go away. He is called Kotwal of Ayodhya.

Guptar Ghat: Portal to Divine Transcendence

Guptar Ghat: Portal to Divine Transcendence

Enshrined within the ancient scriptures as Gopratara Tirtha, Guptar Ghat holds a profound significance. It was here, at this holy site, that Lord Rama gracefully concluded His earthly sojourn, leading the citizens of Ayodhya back to the celestial abode of Vaikuntha. The Skanda Purana resounds with the proclamation that the merit attained through Guptar Ghat surpasses all other sacred sites, forever unrivaled in its sanctity and divine blessings.

Lakshman Ghat

Lakshman Ghat

There is a 5 feet high idol of Laxmanji in the temple here. This idol was found in front of the pond. It is said that it was from here that Sri Lakshmana reached the supreme abode. 

Swargdwar Ghat

Swargdwar Ghat

Pilgrims offer pinddaan at Swargdwarghat itself. Near this Ghat there is the famous Shri Nageshwarnath Mahadev temple of Ayodhya. It is said that this idol was installed by Kushdwara and after getting this temple, Maharaj Vikramaditya renovated Ayodhya.

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धर्म एव हतो हन्ति धर्मो रक्षति रक्षितः ⁠। तस्माद् धर्मं न त्यजामि मा नो धर्मो हतोऽवधीत् ⁠।⁠।⁠

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Pita swarga,Pita dharm ,Pita hi Param Tapo। Pitori pritima pannay, Priyantay sarva devata॥

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Prathame Narjita Vidya, Dvitiye Narjitam Dhanam । Trtiye Narjitam Punyam, Caturthe Kim Karisyati ॥

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अलसस्य कुतो विद्या ,अविद्यस्य कुतो धनम् । अधनस्य कुतो मित्रम् ,अमित्रस्य कुतः सुखम् ॥

alasasy kuto vidyaa , avidyasy kuto dhanam । adhanasy kuto mitram , amitrasy kutah sukham ॥

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एकवर्णं यथा दुग्धं भिन्नवर्णासु धेनुषु। तथैव धर्मवैचित्र्यं तत्त्वमेकं परं स्मृतम्॥

ekavarnan yathaa dugdham bhinnavarnaasu dhenushu। tathaiv dharmvaichitryan tattvmekan paran smriatam॥

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nirakshiraviveke hans aalasyam tvam ev tanushe chet। vishvasmin adhunaa any: kulavratan paalayishyati k:।।

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उत्तरं यत्समुद्रस्य हिमाद्रेश्चैव दक्षिणम् । वर्षं तद् भारतं नाम भारती यत्र संततिः ।।

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अग्निशेषमृणशेषं शत्रुशेषं तथैव च | पुन: पुन: प्रवर्धेत तस्माच्शेषं न कारयेत् ||

agnisheshamriansheshan shatrusheshan tathaiv ch | punah: punah: pravardhet tasmaachsheshan n kaaryet ||

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अपहाय निजं कर्म कृष्णकृष्णोति वादिनः । ते हरेर्द्वेषिनः पापाः धर्मार्थ जन्म यध्धरेः ॥

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