Ram Navmi Festival, the birth anniversary of Lord Shri Ram, is celebrated with joy across the country. Apart from Ayodhya's famous Ram Mandir (Ram Mandir Ayodhaya), there are many Ram temples all over the country which have their own different story.
Ayodhya Ram Mandir, Uttar Pradesh
Ram temple situated on the banks of river Saryu in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, which is called the birthplace of Shri Ram, is very famous.
Raghunath Temple - Jammu
The Raghunath Temple in Jammu was built between 1822 and 1860. The spiral shaped pillars of this temple have a gold layer mounted on them. This Ram temple located in the Jammu city of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir is a specimen of attractive architecture. This temple was started by Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1835 and it was fully constructed during the reign of Maharaja Ranjitsinh. There are 7 historical religious places in this temple. Apart from this, many temples are located around the temple, which are related to the deities of the Ramayana period.
Sri Sitarama Swamy Temple Bhadrachalam - Andhra Pradesh
The famous Sri Sitaram Swamy temple situated in the city of Bhadrachalam in Khamman district of Andhra Pradesh is built on the banks of Godavari at the exact spot where Shri Rama arrived while traveling south in search of Sita.
Thriprayar Sreerama Temple - Kerala
Located in the south-western city of Tripprayar in Kerala, this temple, situated on the banks of the Tripara river, is the main religious site of Kodungallur. Here Sri Rama is worshiped as the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. It is located about 15 km from Kodungallur city and 25 km from Thrissur.
Satyanarayana Swamy Temple - Karnataka
Melukot is a place in Pandavpura, Tehsil of Mandya district of Karnataka where Sritirunarayana Swamy Temple is located on a small hill called Yadugiri.
Thiruvangad Sree Ramaswami Temple - Kerala
There is a Thiruvangad temple of Sri Rama at Thalassery in Kannur district in Kerala. Its roof is covered with copper sheet.
It is said that the Hariharanath temple was built by Lord Sri Rama while dedicating himself to his adorable Lord Vishnu while going to Sita Swayamvara. Later the present form of the temple was built during the renovation of King Ram Narayan.
Ramvan Satna - Madhya Pradesh
During his forest movement Shri Ram reached Satna in Madhya Pradesh from Atri Rishi's ashram where he went to the ashram of various sages and from there he proceeded to Dandakaranya. This place was called Ramavan.
Chitrakoot Dham - Uttar Pradesh
Chitrakoot Dham is one of the oldest pilgrimage sites in India, situated on the banks of the Mandakini River. Lord Rama is believed to have spent eleven years in Chitrakoot in the fourteen years of his exile with Sita and Lakshmana.