Ram Temple of Maha Vishnu in the form of Rama Ram Janmabhoomi Marg, Sai Nagar, Ayodhya-224123

Out of the 108 divyadesams,it lies in the 99th place.it is said to be one of the most important among the 7 Mukthi Kshetram. This is the Birth Place of Lord Rama.

Temple Etiquette

  • Footwear not allowed inside

    Footwear not allowed inside
    Footwear to be left outside the temple. In summer be careful of the hot paving stones.

  • Prasad and donation

    Prasad and donation
    Use your right hand to accept prasad and give donations. The left hand is considered unclean in India.

  • Dress conservatively

    Dress conservatively
    Avoid shorts, skirts, tanktops and do not expose legs.

  • Restricted entry

    Restricted entry
    Entry is normally restricted to temple priests in the sanctum sanctorum. Some temples restrict the entry of non-Hindus

  • Avoid cellphones

    Avoid cellphones
    Use of cell phones is restricted normally. Photography is restricted in some temples.

  • Circumambulation or pradakshina

    Circumambulation or pradakshina
    Devotees are to walk around the sanctum sanctorum in a clockwise direction

About Ram Temple

In the great epic,Ramayana has started and ended in this sthalam.The Avathar of Rama explains that the sathya path which leads him to the final mukthi.Among the 7 Mukthi Kshetrams this Divyadesam is said to be one.

These 7 mukthi sthalam represents different part of the body of Shriman Narayanan (Lord Vishnu). 

1.Avanthi is represented as the divine feet, Thiruvadi of the Perumal, 

2.Kanchipuram, represents the waist, 

3.Thirudwaraka represents the Nabhi (the lower stomach), 

4.Maya represents the Thiru maarbhu (the chest) 

5.Madhura represents the neck, 

6.Kasi represents the nose and finally, 

7.Ayodhya Kshetram represents the Head of the Perumal. 

Ravanan was killed by Shri ram that explains to the world that rama leads his life by thinking only one life partner.Shri rama followed his previous generation members words.

Human Avathar was taken by lord Vishnu ,as lord Rama,Periya piratti came as his wife as Seetha, the Aadhiseshan as his brother, Lakshmanan and Perumal's (Lord VIshnu) Sangu (Conch) and Chakkaram took their birth as "Bharadhan and Sathrukkanan". Hanuman born as the hamsam of Lord Shiva.

This Avathar of Lord VIshnu as "Shri Ramar",explains the excellent character.The entire Raajyam given to Bharathar as asked by Kaikeyi.He left from Ayodhi to forest.

Shri Ramar shows the great friendship character by helping Sukreevan and Vibheeshanan.Shri Rama Showed mercy and love towards Shri Hanuman.

This Ayodhya sthalam is said to be the birth place of Shri Ramar and he got Mukthi (Paramapadham) only from this Ayodhya and it is said to be the final place where the Rama avathar ended.

Shri Ramar’s birth place is Ayothi sthalam and he got Mukthi(Paramapadham) only from this Ayothi.

Pushkarani was created by Brahma devan, lord Vishnu’s tears was mixed into pushkarani.And this is also called as Maanasasaras.

Vasishta Maharishi requested dharma to flow the Maanasasaras to flow near his city. Maansasaras was made to flow in Ayodhi, it is called as "Sarayu Nadhi".This River is also called as “Rama Gangai”.


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