Ayodhya Dham

Ayodhya Dham and Shree Ram New Mandir: A Spiritual Journey Through Time

The Shri Ram Temple in Ayodhya is a place of worship for Hindus in India. It carries the divine meaning of the birthplace of Lord Rama, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Explore the rich history of Ayodhya, where notable kings like Ikshvaku, Prithu and Mandhata once ruled Kosala in the capital.

Located on the banks of the holy river Saryu, Ayodhya has been immortalized in many epic poems. Spiritual luminaries wrote eloquently about the magnificent river Sarayu in books like the Ramayana and Sri Ramacharitmanas, and the deep connection between Ayodhya and the Sarayu was vividly described. Join us on a spiritual journey in these timeless stories that reflect the cultural tapestry of Ayodhya Dham and the sanctity of Shri Ram Temple.

New Shree Ram New Temple Inauguration Proposed Date: 22-Jan-2024

Ayodhya New Mandir

Ayodhya, the sacred place in the heart of Hinduism, is now in discussion a magnificent addition to its religious milestone the newly built Shree Ram Mandir. This architectural wonder stands proudly at the holy grounds of Ram Janmabhoomi, marking the respected birthplace of Prabhu Ram, the epitome of divine virtue and strength.

As pilgrims and devotees converge to witness the splendor of the brand-new Shree Ram Mandir, they’re greeted with the help of a reserve that exceeds time. Crafted with delicate layout and sacred accuracy, the temple witnesses the iconic religion and devotion of tens of millions.

Join us in celebrating this epic milestone, as the Shree Ram Mandir in Ayodhya will become a spiritual inspiration, radiating the endless values and teachings of Prabhu Ram across the world. May the sacred vibrations of this divine home hearten hearts and minds, and develop a feel of harmony and reverence for years yet to come.

Ayodhya Dham: Temple details as below

Total Area:

2.7 Acres

Total Built-up Area:

57400 Sq. Ft.

Total Length of the Temple:

360 Feet

Total Width of the Temple:

235 Feet

Total Height of the temple including peak:

161 Feet

Total Number of Floors:


Height of each floor:

20 Feet

Column in the Ground Floor of the temple:


Columns in the first floor of the Temple:


Columns in the Second Floor of the temple:


Number of Gates in the Temple:


Best Time to Visit

Summers are too hot in Ayodhya. Therefore, time your visit between October and March. In winter, do carry warm clothes for yourself.

1. Festive Splendor

One of the most captivating times to go to Ayodhya is for the duration of main Hindu festivals. The city comes alive with colorful celebrations, in particular at some stage in Diwali, the festival of lights, whilst Ayodhya is decorated with countless lamps, developing a mesmerizing spectacle. The Ram Navami competition, celebrating the start of Lord Ram, is some other auspicious time, full of spiritual fervor and joyous processions.

2. Mild Winters (October to March)

For a greater snug and exceptional visit, plan your experience during the winter months. The duration from October to March offers mild temperatures, making it conducive for exploring Ayodhya’s outside sights, including the sacred sites and the serene banks of the River Saryu. The cool weather enhances the overall enjoy, allowing visitors to soak inside the spirituality with out the pain of severe temperatures.

3. Ramayan Circuit Yatra

Consider aligning your go to with the Ramayan Circuit Yatra, a pilgrimage that covers key places related to the life of Lord Ram. This prepared yatra regularly takes location in the course of particular instances of the year, offering a dependent and complete exploration of Ayodhya

Major Attractions : Tourist Places of Ayodhya Dham

  • Hanuman Garhi
  • Kanak Bhawan
  • Dashrath Bhawan
  • Shree Nageshwar Nath Temple
  • Naya Ghat
  • Ram Katha Park
  • Chhoti Chahwani Road
  • Tulsi Smarak
  • Guptar Ghat
  • Shree Ram Mandir
  • Tulsi Udyan



What to Eat

  • Kachori sabzi
  • Chhena Dahi Vada
  • Baati Chokha or litti chokha
  • Chooda Matar
  • Dahi chutney golgappe
  • Tamatar Chaat
  • Thandai and lassi
  • Banarasi Paan
  • Malai Makkhan
  • Magdal
  • Hanuman Garhi Ke Laddoo
  • Parval Mithai
  • Kheer Mohan
  • Launglata


Fairs and Festivals

  • Mahashivratri
  • Ganga Mahotsav
  • Bharat Milap
  • Deepotshav
  • Ram Lila


Things to Buy

  • Ram Darbar
  • Crystal & Stone Shivalinga
  • Gulabi Minakari
  • Glass Beads
  • Rudraksha Mala



Day 1 :

Ayodhya Dham Map

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Ayodhya Dham
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