According to the traditions an kachcha road in the east of Ayodhya is called Ram Janaki Marg. As per the folk lore, the chariot of Shri Ram ji along with the wedding procession had passed through this way. Today, it is a concrete road but the name is stillthe same " Ram Janaki Marg".Based on Floklor...
According to the traditions an kachcha road in the east of Ayodhya is called Ram Janaki Marg. As per the folk lore, the chariot of...Read More
Ayodhya ji is the birth place of Shri Ram. Shri Ram had begun his exile journey from this place. There are several places, which e...Read More
At the time of Marriage, king Janak had gifted a magnificent treasure of gems and jewels, after marriage those gems and jewels loo...Read More
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It is located near Tamasa Tat. At this place,Shri Ram had left the people of Ayodhya in their sleep to save them from the difficul...Read More
The word "Tahdiha" is emerged from an awadhi word Daah which mean collective mourning or weeping. As per the folk lore, when the c...Read More
This place is about 2 km. from Rampur Bhagan. It is believed that Shri Ram, Sita ji and Laxman had taken bath in this Kund and the...Read More
At present river Vedshruti is known as Vishu. Shri Ram had crossed this river from a point near Ashok Nagar, (Mangari). It is abou...Read More
This is the place where Valmiki ashram is suÂ situated on thebanksÂ of river Gomti. Shri Ram had crossed the river from this p...Read More
At present, this river is known as Sakarani . It is about 8 km. east from Pratapgarh.Valmiki Ramayana 6/125/26.Read More
At present, river Syandika is known as Sai. The particular spot from where Shri Ram had crossed the river is famous as Devghat. It...Read More
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