Ayodhya Shri Ram Mandir Divine Yatra
Name Tour : Shri Ram Mandir Divine Yatra
Duration Tour : 03 Days/02 nights
Tour code : WINDROSE 24
Tourist Places : Ayodhya
Detailed information about this travel package.
The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth is a site in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India, that holds immense religious and historical significance for Hindus. Ayodhya has been associated with the Ramayana, an ancient Indian epic, which narrates the life and adventures of Lord Rama. According to the Ramayana, Ayodhya is described as the birthplace of Lord Rama, who is considered the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu.
DAY 01: DELHI – AYODHYA BY TRAIN/ FLIGHT Morning start your journey from Delhi to Ayodhya by flight/train. Arrival in Ayodhya check into your hotel. Have lunch at a local restaurant. Evening visit Saryu River and Ghats. The Saryu River is a significant river in northern India, flowing through the states of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. It is a tributary of the Ghaghara River. The river has historical and cultural importance, with several ancient temples and pilgrimage sites along its banks. The Saryu River is associated with the epic Ramayana, as it is believed to be the river mentioned in the ancient text. Ayodhya, the legendary birthplace of Lord Rama, is situated on the banks of the Saryu River, making it a sacred river in Hindu mythology. Enjoy the river Boating. After the banks Saryu River to witness the evening Aarti (Prayer ceremony). Take a stroll along the ghats and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Night in Ayodhya.
DAY 02: AYODHYA DAY TOUR After morning breakfast visit Ram Janmabhoomi. Start your day by visiting the Ram Janmabhoomi, the birthplace of Lord Rama. Explore the temple complex and the historical significance. The Ram Mandir, also known as the Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi Mandir, is a Hindu temple located in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India. This temple is dedicated to Lord Rama, a revered deity in Hinduism, and it is built at the site believed to be the birthplace of Lord Rama. The construction of the temple is a significant event in India’s cultural and religious history.
The Ram Mandir’s architectural design is inspired by the ancient Hindu temple architecture, particularly the Nagara style. The temple features intricate carvings, sculptures, and exquisite detailing. The central sanctum houses the main deity, Lord Rama, accompanied by idols of his consort Sita, his loyal devotee Hanuman, and his loyal brother Lakshmana. The Ram Mandir holds immense religious significance for millions of Hindus around the world. Lord Rama is considered the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and his life and teachings, as depicted in the epic Ramayana, are highly revered. The construction of the temple fulfills the long-standing aspiration of the Hindu community to have a grand temple dedicated to Lord Rama at his presumed birthplace. The temple attracts pilgrims and visitors from various parts of India and the world. Devotees come to seek the blessings of Lord Rama and to witness the grandeur of the temple. The site is not only a place of worship but also a symbol of cultural and historical significance. Hanuman Garhi, a prominent temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Hanuman Garhi Temple Ayodhya, is a significant Hindu religious site dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The temple has a rich history that dates back centuries. The name “Hanuman Garhi” translates to “Hanuman’s Fort,” and the temple is situated on a mound, resembling a fort-like structure. It is believed to have been established by a saint named Sant Sharan Das around 10 centuries ago. The temple gained prominence due to its association with the Ramayana, an ancient Indian epic. According to legend, Hanuman Garhi is considered the place where Lord Hanuman guarded the Ramkot (the fort of Lord Rama) during his stay in Ayodhya. Devotees believe that visiting this temple and seeking Lord Hanuman’s blessings can bring protection and courage. The architecture of Hanuman Garhi reflects a blend of Hindu and Muslim styles, showcasing the cultural diversity of the region. Pilgrims and tourists visit this temple not only for its religious significance but also for its architectural beauty and panoramic views of Ayodhya. Over the years, Hanuman Garhi has become an integral part of Ayodhya’s cultural and religious landscape, drawing devotees and visitors from various parts of India and beyond. The temple stands as a symbol of faith, devotion, and the enduring legacy of the Ramayana in Indian spirituality. Explore Kanak Bhavan, another important temple in Ayodhya. Kanak Bhawan, also known as Kanak Sone ki Mandir, is a significant temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, dedicated to Lord Rama and his divine consort, Goddess Sita. The history of Kanak Bhawan is closely associated with the Ramayana and the legendary events surrounding Lord Rama and Sita.
Kanak Bhawan is believed to have been constructed by Queen Kaikeyi, who was one of King Dasharatha’s wives and the mother of Lord Rama’s step-brother, Bharata. According to popular belief, after Lord Rama’s exile, when Bharata returned to Ayodhya, he was disheartened to find the city in a state of mourning. In an effort to bring joy to the kingdom and to honor Lord Rama and Sita, Bharata built Kanak Bhawan. One of the most well-known legends associated with Kanak Bhawan involves the idols of Lord Rama and Sita. It is said that the idols in the temple are self-manifested, and there is a unique tradition associated with them. It is believed that the idols change their attire throughout the day, and the temple priests dress them in different clothes during specific times. According to the legend, once Queen Mandodari, the wife of demon king Ravana, visited Sita in captivity in Lanka. Sita, in an act of devotion and loyalty to Lord Rama, gave her jewelry to Mandodari. When Mandodari returned, she placed the jewelry at the feet of Lord Rama and Sita in Ayodhya. Lord Rama, impressed by Sita’s unwavering devotion, asked the idols in Kanak Bhawan to wear the jewelry given by Mandodari. This event is said to be the reason behind the idols changing their attire. Kanak Bhawan is an important pilgrimage site for devotees of Lord Rama and Sita. The temple is considered a symbol of devotion, love, and loyalty. Pilgrims visit Kanak Bhawan to seek the blessings of Lord Rama and Sita and to witness the unique tradition associated with the self-transforming idols. The temple’s architecture is a blend of Hindu and Rajput styles, making it visually appealing to visitors. Kanak Bhawan stands as a testimony to the rich cultural and religious heritage of Ayodhya and remains a cherished site for devotees celebrating the divine love between Lord Rama and Sita. Evening Ayodhya Aarti and Cultural Experience. Attend the evening Arti at one of the temples. Explore the local markets and try some traditional Ayodhya sweets and local food. Night in Ayodhya.
DAY 03: AYODHYA After morning breakfast rest in hotel. Later transfer to airport, railway station to connect your next destinations Delhi, Goa, Kerala, Mumbai…
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Above Tour Cost Include:
Accommodation twin & double sharing Basis as per program.
Daily breakfast at the hotel.
All transportation by AC Deluxe Car Latest Model vehicle throughout the Tour.
Services of our Assistance Representative for Airport Transfer as per the program.
Services of English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Japanese, Chinese speaking Guides as per the itinerary.
Quote inclusive of presently applicable Government service taxes.
Above Tour Cost Does Not Include:
International, Domestic flight, Train.
Medical and insurance of any kind, Tourist Monument Entry Fee.
Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay/cancellation/hike in fair, strike or any other natural calamities. Personal nature Expenses i.e. Telephone Calls, laundry, Soft/hard drink, Meals, Tipping etc.