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Exploring Ayodhya- The Birth Place of Lord Rama
Divine city of Ayodhya:
According to Atharva Veda, the Ayodhya city was built by Gods and was blessed to be as flourishing as heaven. Even today a stroll through the streets and lanes of this religious city makes people feel relaxed and peaceful. The religious spirit of the city and its rich and ancient history make it a place to be visited at least once in life.

History of Ayodhya:
Ayodhya, which also popularly known as the birth place of Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is a 9000 year old city located on the banks of river Saryu, in Uttar Pradesh. As per Hindu mythology, Ayodhya was established by, the Hindu law maker Manu and remained the capital city of the kingdom ruled by Manu dynasty for many centuries. Ayodhya city is one of the seven holy cities of India and has a divine ambience to it.  The city is visited by thousands of tourists and devotees every year especially on festive occasions like Ram Navmi and Diwali.

Major Places of attractions in Ayodhya:
Ayodhya Ram temple: One of the most famous religious attractions of the city is the disputed Ayodhya ram temple site. Even though the site has been declared as a no man’s land, thousands of Hindu devotees visit it every year to pay reverence to the place of birth of Lord Rama. At the same time the site holds an almost equal significance for Muslim visitors as it is the site of the demolished Babri Masjid. As such, it is quite common to see a number of Muslim devotees paying homage at the site.

Nageshwarnath temple: Another important Ayodhya temple that most devotees are eager to visit is the Nageshwarnath temple, which was built by Lord Rama’s son Kush. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and was the only temple that remained standing even when the city was abandoned until Vikramaditya came to revive it. The temple is well-known for its festivities and splendor that can be seen during the festival of Maha Shivratri.

Hanuman Garhi: Another prominent location of Ayodhya is Hanuman Garhi, which according to legend, is the place where Hanuman lived while he guarded the Ram Janambhoomi. It is a huge fort like building with four sides and a circular bastion situated at every corner. There is also a temple which houses an idol of Bal Hanuman seated in the lap of Maa Anjani. The fort is located in the heart of the city and can be reached by climbing a flight of 76 steps.

Tulsi Udyan: This Udyan is dedicated to the author of the epic Ramayana, Tulsidas. It is located at National Highway of Faizabad.

Guptar Ghat: It was the place where Lord Ramya took the famous jal Samadhi. Devotees take special deep in this holy stream to purify them for all sin of life.


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