Entry Fee : No entry fee
Timings : 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Ram Mandir is one of the oldest temples in Janakpur built in the late 1700s by Amar Singh Thapa, a Gorkhali General. The architecture of the temple is traditional pagoda style as many other shrines in the region. The sanctum sanctorum houses a charming idol of the deity, Lord Rama. There also are smaller shrines inside the temple complex with idols of other gods. The modestly quaint temple is flocked by pilgrims during the occasion of Ram Navami and Dushain which are sacred and important annual festivals dedicated to Lord Rama. The opulent temple is a perfect attraction for those interested in exploring ancient cultures and experiencing its divine vibe.
Ramayana, a poem of two soul mates, Sita and Rama, is often a reminder of Dharma and Dharmic Living. The couple who was meant to be together for life was separated by a demon of a King, Ravana, who wished to acquire Sita and make her his own. The poem was written by Sage Valmiki and narrates how Rama fought Ravana and rescued the love of his life. It is treated as an ancient epic and positions Sita and Rama as the Goddess and God not just because of their love for each other but also for their loyalty, purity and their ability to become supreme beings. All this put together with other sacred beliefs form an integral part of the Hindu Culture. Therefore, Lord Rama is also worshipped along with Goddess Sita at her place of birth at the Ram Mandir which is located in a pleasant courtyard near the enchanting Janaki Temple.
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