Tourist Places

Tourist Places


Abhinandan Nath Temple Adinath Temple Ajitnath Temple
Asharfi Bhawan Ayodhyanath Darbar Ayodhyanath Temple
Bada Bhakt Maal Bade Hanuman Temple Badi Devkali
Badi Murti Bahu Begum ka Maqbara Bhakta Maal Bhawan
Charan Paduka Char Dham Temple Chitragupt Temple
Choti Devkali Dant Dhavan Kund Dashrath Mahal
Divya Kala Kunj Divya Shish Mahal Girija Kund
Gulab Bari Guptar Ghat Gurudwara Brahmakund Sahib
Gurudwara Nazarbagh Hanuman Garhi Hanuman Kila
Hanumat Niwas Jalpa Janaki Mahal
Kanak Bhawan Karsewakpuram Katari Temple
Koshlesh Sadan Koteshwar Durgeshwar Temple Kshereshwar Mahadev
Laxman Kila Mahesh Yogi Ashram Mani Mandir
Mani Parvat Mani Ram Das Ji Ki Chawni Mari Mata Temple
Matgajendra Military Temple Nageshwarnath Temple
Narsingh Das Ji Ki Nai Chawni Nishad Vansh Pauranik Temple Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple
Raghunath Das Ji Ki Chawni Raj Dwar Raj Gaddi
Ram Katha Museum Ram Katha Park Ram Ki Pairi
Ram Mantratha Mandapam Ram Vaidehi Temple Ranopali Temple
Ravidas Temple Roop Kala Kunj Rusi Temple
Saryu Temple Sfatic Shila Sheesh Paigambar
Shravan Kunj Shri Hanuman Bagh Shri Hanumat Bhawan
Shri Kaleram Temple Shri Ram Darbar Shri Ram Janaki Birla Temple
Shri Ram Janm Bhumi Shyama Sadan Sita Kund
Siya Ram Kila Sonkar Kund Sugreev Kila
Suraj Kund Sursar Temple Totadri Math
Treta Ke Thakur Tulsidas Ji Ki Chawni Valmiki Bhawan
Vashishtha Kund Vedanti Temple Vibhishan Kund
Vidya Kund Vijay Raghav Temple Raj Sadan


Company Garden Rishabhdev Rajkiya Udyan Tulsi Udyan



Kanak Bhawan

Location North east of Ram Janam Bhumi, Ramkot, Ayodhya, district Faizabad, U.P., India
Timings 8am-11.30am,4.30pm-8.30pm,Arti-11.30am,7pm,9.30pm (summers), 9am-11am,4pm-8pm,Arti-12nonn, 6.30, 9pm (winters), opens on all days
Phone +91-5278-232024
Ideal time Throughout the year, especially during various festivals of Ayodhya
How to reach Take a cycle rickshaw from any part of the city


Kanak Bhawan is one of the finest temples in Ayodhya and is a must visit. It is believed that this Bhawan was gifted to Sita by Kaikei immediately after her marriage. Vikramaditya got it renovated. Later it was rebuilt/renovated by Vrishbhanu Kunwari, the Queen of Tikamgarh in the year 1891, which exists even today.
The main temple is built around an open court in which stands the small shrine of Rampada. The main idols installed in the garbhgrih (sanctum), are of Lord Ram & Devi Sita. The sanctum is very beautifully decorated.

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Hanuman Garhi

Location 1 km from Ayodhya railway station, district Faizabad, U.P., India
Timings Sunrise to 9pm, opens all days
Ideal time Throughout the year, especially during various festivals of Ayodhya
How to reach Take a cycle rickshaw from any part of the city

On the western gate of Ramkot Vikramaditya got a temple constructed which later on came to be known as Hanuman Tila & finally became famous as Hanuman Garhi. Legend has it that Lord Hanuman lived here and guarded the Ramkot.
Hanuman Garhi, the temple dedicated to Hanuman, is one of the important temples of Ayodhya situated in the centre on a mound visible from a long distance and is approached by seventy six step. The present temple built in 10th century, has rectangular shape with four bastions on each corner.


Guptar Ghat

This ghat is located at a distance of 10 km from Ayodhya and 5 km from Faizabad, railway station on the bank of River Saryu in Faizabad, U.P., India. It is believed that Lord Rama proceeded to heaven from here only with his body & soul. Here a series of well maintained magnificent ghats have been built by King Darshan Singh in the first half of 19th century. These ghats & nearby Company Garden are the main attractions for the tourists, which can also be accessed from Guptar Ghat by boat. Ram Janaki temple, Charan Paduka temple (old), Narsingh temple and Hanuman temples are located on the ghat.

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Shri Ram Janm Bhumi

Location Ram Janm Bhumi, Ramkot, Ayodhya, U.P., India
Timings 8am-11am & 2pm-5pm, opens on all days
Ideal time Throughout the Year, Best during various festivals of Ayodhya
How to reach Hire a cycle rickshaw from any part of the city


Spread over a vast area, this complex is supposed to be the birth place of Lord Ram, which was later on discovered by Vikramaditya. Presently, there is some dispute and the matter is subjudice. A large contingent of security forces guards this area and one has to pass through many security barriers to reach here and only some part of the area is accessible to the tourists.
Many important places are part of this complex but are not accessible to tourists, such as;
Sita Rasoi- From the lower cell of the Ram Janm Bhumi temple a ladder leads to Sita Rasoi. The place displays the idol of Sita, rolling pin made of stone & some other articles of that period.
Keikai Bhawan- Here lies the ruins of Keikai Bhawan. It is believed that Queen Keikai gave birth to Bharat, one of the sons of King Dashrath of Ayodhya, here. Sumitra Bhawan is also situated nearby.
Keikai Kop Bhawan- Lies adjoining Kaushalya Bhawan. It houses the idol of Queen Keikai in reclining posture with the idols of Lord Ram, Sita & Laxman on their way to 14 years exile.
Angad Tila, Sita Koop, Lav Kush Temple, Amamvan Temple, Kaushalya Bhawan, Rang Mahal are also situated inside & adjoining area of Ram Janm Bhumi.

Gulab Bari (Tomb of Nawab Shuja-ud-daula)

Location About 3 km from Faizabad railway station & 6 km from Ayodhya railway station in Faizabad, district Faizabad , U.P., India
Timings 4am-7pm, opens on all days
Ideal time Throughout the year
How to reach Take a cycle rickshaw from any part of the city


Shuja-ud-daula, the Nawab of Awadh, made Faizabad the capital of Awadh. During his reign Faizabad attained prosperity, which it never saw again. He constructed very huge & magnificent buildings in the city. Unique features of these buildings are their assimilative architectural designs. This magnificent building is the mausoleum of Nawab Shuja-ud-daula which is surrounded by a well laid out rose garden. The entire complex is enclosed by a boundary wall with two large gates to gain access.
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