Ayodhya is the city of India. Ayodhya is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India on the banks of the Saryu River, which was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Kosala. Ayodhya is considered the birthplace of Lord Rama. It is famous for manytempleswhich are visited by a large number of tourists. Ayodhya is known for its famous temples, tourist spots and sightseeing. Kanak Bhawan is a major tourist spot of Ayodhya, one of the most attractive places in Ayodhya where the sight of amazing architecture attracts every tourist. Hanuman Garhi is one of the major religious places of Ayodhya in terms of tourists. The idol of Lord Hanuman located in thistemplewelcomes a large number of tourists.
A very spectacular view of the hills surrounding the top of the hill is visible. A large number of people of Hinduism come to visit this temple. Along with seeing Numan ji, you get freedom from our sins. And here the tourists who sincerely wish to do so, His wish is fulfilled. A good time to visit Ayodhya is the ideal month between October and December. The weather here is very pleasant throughout the year.
It was in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh where Valmiki and Tulsi Das wrote narratives of the famous Hindu mythological epic Ramayana. Houses passed, but Ayodhya s pride, grandeur and religious values never waned. In fact, it grew over time, mushrooming in a new way and touching the lives of millions of people. Known as an important pilgrimage site in India
The holy birthplace of Lord Rama, the hero of the Ramayana. After completing his 14 years of exile from Ayodhya, he was warmly welcomed by the original inhabitants of Ayodhya along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana. Developed in the festival of lights with flaring lamps and illuminating lamps, this ritual is known today as Diwali - the festival of lights. The history of Ayodhya suggests that it was initially called Saket and was founded 9000 years ago by Manu, the pioneer of Hinduism. Along with Dwarka and Varanasi, Hinduism considers Ayodhya as an enlightened land, relieving pilgrims from the cycle of birth and death. Even famousChinesemonks such as Fei-hien and Xuan Tsang mentioned Ayodhya during their travelogues.