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Ramar Temple, Coimbatore Overview

Ramar Temple, dedicated to Lord Ram, is the only temple where the idols of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita are seen facing each other depicting their love and admiration for each other. The atmosphere of the temple is extremely divine and peaceful - one is bound to feel their nerves soothe in no time. Devotees often claim to have been blessed by the deity and all their wishes have come true after offering prayers in this temple. The temple often sees newlyweds visit the shrine in hopes to live a happy and fulfilling married life. In fact, some even believe in organising the traditional meeting of the bride and the bridegroom for the first time in the Ramar Temple as they would be blessed by Rama and Sita before they take the next steps into their married life. 

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How To Reach Ramar Temple

Tourists can take a bus ride or hire a taxi to reach the temple via Nagapattinam - Coimbatore - Gundlupet Highway or Trichy Road from any part of Coimbatore as the route to the temple is very well connected by road. The Ramar Temple is located very close to the Gandhipuram Bus Stand in Ramnagar, Coimbatore.

Architecture of Ramar Temple

Having the traditional Dravidian temple architecture, the grand temple has a gopuram with levels beautifully decorated with colourful relief work and sculptures. The doors of the temple are covered with sheets of silver that have carvings of Maha Lakshmi in all her eight avatars. The sanctum sanctorum has the idols of Lord Rama, Goddess Sita and Rama's brother - Lakshmana. The Ramar Temple also houses a box full of papers that have thirteen-crore Rama Namas written on them. Idols and sculptures of other deities like Lord Ganesha, Yoga Rama, Krishna, Aiyappa, and Lord Shiva are also found. Inside the complex, a temple dedicated to the Navagrahas has also been built.

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