Ramjanambhumi Ramjanambhumi is the place where Rama is believed to have been born. The Mughal Emperor Babur had built a mosque on this spot. The mosque was razed to ground in 1992. Temples Over 100 temples exist in Ayodhya of which Hanuman Gadhi is very famous. It is dedicated to Hanuman, the monkey-god. Treta Ka Mandir is another important temple where Rama is believed to have performed a yajna (sacrifice). Kshireswara Nath Temple is a very old temple and is supposed to have been built by Kaushalya, mother of Rama. She is said to have constructed this temple for her daughter-in-law, Sita (consort of Rama). Other temples you could visit include Kanak Bhavan and Kala Rama Temple which house idols of Rama and Sita. Ghats Ayodhya is situated on the banks of the Gogra (Ghaghara or Saryu) River. There are many holy ghats along its banks. Bathing in these ghats, it is believed, absolves people of their sins. Ram Ghat, which is also known as Swarga Dwara, is the most famous one amongst these. Lakshman Ghat is another important bathing ghat which is considered to be sacred, as Lakshman, Rama’s brother, is said to have bathed at this ghat. Apart from these ghats, there are some wells (kund) which serve as bathing places. The most famous one is Vasistha Kund.
Ayodhya Quoted to be the "invincible land" the "cradle of mythology" and the "religious land" of India Ayodhya is synonymous with Lord Rama. Described as a city built by the Gods, the city of Ayodhya was originally known as Kosaladesa. Further renamed as Raghuvansa it finally came to be known as Ayodhya. The history and mythology of this city spreads over many centuries.Ayodhya is better known as the birth place of Lord Rama .
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