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Mani Parbat, Ayodhya Overview

Situated about 65 feet above sea level, Mani Parbat is a tiny hillock situated in Kami Ganj, Ayodhya. Besides being a great city viewpoint, the Parbat also houses a stupa built by Emperor Ashoka and a Buddhist monastery.

Housing a line of religious shrines, Mani Parbat is located quite close to another hilly mound called the Sugriv Parbat. There is an Islamic mausoleum at the foothills of Mani Parbat.

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Legend of Mani Parbat

Listed among the most revered places in significance to Lord Ram, Mani Parbat is said to have fallen into Ayodhya when Lord Hanuman pulled out a mountain while searching for the ‘Sanjeevani Booti’.

The Sanjeevani Booti is believed to have been used to treat Lakshman's fatal wound due to the war. Hindu myth has it that this hillock was the very place from which Lord Rama gave his grand speech of Dharma.

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