Ayodhya is the place that has been waiting for the arrival of Lord Shri Ram for many ages, whose wait in Kalyug ended in this era and Ram Mandir was built. Ayodhya is the birthplace of Shri Ram who was the son of King Dasarat ji, and the most important thing is do you know whose incarnation is Lord Ram who was his wife, and whose form was there too? If not, then stay tuned to this page to know which includes information about Lord Shri Ram from his childhood to his entire life. 

The page in which you are told how Ram ji’s wife was kidnapped by Ravana of Lanka, which is known as Ramayana, the biggest war of Treta Yuga. If you are looking forward to the arrival of Shri Ram, then Shri Ram devotees must join the Yatra for the establishment of the Ram Mandir at Ram Janmabhoomi and do not miss this opportunity to learn more closely the important stories related to his life.

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Important History About Ram Mandir.

Important history about Ram Mandir

As we all know, Ayodhya is the birthplace of Hindus’ favorite Lord Shri Ram, the husband of Mother Sita. Shri Ram is said to be the most powerful deity of this Yoga, known as Kalki in this era. The main purpose behind the birth was to kill Kali, the powerful protector of Kaliyuga, and to reestablish religion,

But do you know about the ram mandir history ? So let us know that it is said that the place of Ayodhya was given for Babri Masjid in the 16th century. The idols of Shri Ram and Mata Sita were kept in Babri Masjid and it was demolished even before the invasion in 1992. After that, the Supreme Court of India ruled to give the disputed land to the Hindus to build the Ram temple. 

Muslims disputed this decision for years. Due to their dispute, they were given land to build a mosque in Dhannipur. On 5 August 2020, Bhoomi Pujan was started by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to start the establishment of Ram Mandir Temple Ayodhya, which was completed on 24 January Shri Ram and his wife Sita were brought back to their home Ayodhya with great pomp. 

If you are also planning a trip to Ayodhya during this holiday, then you can book a visit to Noble House Tour Pvt. Ltd. You can hire one who makes your journey a pleasant and comfortable experience.

Ram Mandir Is Divided Into Two Parts Which Are Given Below :

Ram mandir is divided into two parts which are given below

First part (sanctum sanctorum): 

This is the smallest temple of the Ram temple which has the idol of Ram Lala which appears in the form of a small child this idol of his has been installed in the sanctum sanctorum and the idols of three parts are installed in the temple. The credit for making the statue is given to three great sculptors (Arun Yogiraj, GL Bhatt, Satyanarayan Pandey) whose great art will be remembered by the world.

Mandapa (Assembly Hall):

This is the main part of the second part of the ram mandir which depicts Lord Rama in the form of a young boy who is open to all to worship and see and can also gather here to perform prayers, rituals, and religious ceremonies. In the idol of Lord Shri Ram, who is an incarnation of Vishnu, all his 24 incarnations are depicted, one of which is that of Kalki. On the day of Ram Pratistha, the idol was decorated with great love and grandeur, this idol was made of Shalimar stone and this idol is 51 inches tall.

Pinnacle (peak):

This is the highest peak of the temple which is specially designed in the form of a crown, which is considered to be a symbol of the cosmic axis and is the focal point for the devotees to pray. The roof of Ram Mandir Ayodhya shows the grandeur of the temple and the empire of Ram. The roof of a temple is made according to the deity or deity present in it or according to the regional traditions. Similarly, the roof of some Ram temples has been made which is very beautiful and complex. Decorated with carvings, sculptures, and decorative elements.

How To Visit Ram Mandir In Ayodhya?

Ram Mandir in Ayodhya

By train:

The best way to reach Ram Mandir Ayodhya is by train in which you can enjoy the beautiful views on the way, and you can also choose AC train for a pleasant journey.

By bus :

Ram devotees living near Ayodhya can come to Ayodhya either by bus or in their vehicles and enjoy the grand sight of the Ram temple or travelers can enjoy their journey by hiring a taxi from major cities like Lucknow, Varanasi, or Prayagraj. 

By Air:       

If you are planning to come to Ayodhya from abroad then you can take plain from your local airport and land at the international airport inaugurated by the Prime Minister of India near Ayodhya. If you are looking for a pleasant journey then you can hire Noble House Tour Pvt Ltd which will provide you with a pleasant and comfortable journey.

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