Explore beyond Ram Mandir - Ayodhya's revered landmarks and legends

This Diwali marks a unique homecoming in Ayodhya. While Ram Mandir's construction is in full swing, it doesn't mean you have to wait until next Diwali to visit Ayodhya. Ayodhya offers other revered landmarks and legends waiting to be explored beyond the Ram Mandir.

Climb to divine blessings

At Shri Hanuman Garhi Mandir, ascend the 76-step path to where legend says Lord Hanuman stood guard over Ayodhya. Feel the serenity from the hilltop temple engulf you.

Walk through Lord Ram's childhood abode

Step inside Dashrath Bhavan, the backdrop to Lord Rama's tales of youth. Relive moments of history where stories of King Dashrath and young Lord Ram echo.

Relive tales of Kaikei's golden gift

Venture into Kanak Bhawan, Devi Sita's gift from Kaikei. Experience its historic charm, known to locals as the Sone-ka-Ghar since 1891.

Dive into devotion

Delve deep into spirituality at Nageshwar Nath Temple. Believed to be built by Kush, Lord Rama's son, it stands as a symbol of Ayodhya's divine heritage.

If you plan on visiting the Ram Mandir temple from Lucknow, it is highly advisable to book a cab with an experienced chauffeur who can provide local expertise and guidance. Savaari offers a fleet of reliable chauffeur-driven cabs, ensuring safe and comfortable travel, making it the ideal choice for your road trip.

Celebrate poetry and passion

Bask in the peace of Tulsi Udyan, dedicated to Saint Poet Tulsi Das, the mastermind behind Ramayana.

Watch Ram Leela at Ram Katha Park 

Let the vibrant pulse of Ram Katha Park sweep you into a world of dance, recitals, and devotion.

Take a sacred dive into purity

Approach the serene Naya Ghat, where pilgrims believe a dip in its waters purges sins and rejuvenates the soul.

To make your road trip a breeze, download the Savaari car rental app for a comfortable commute with knowledgeable chauffeurs who can guide you to the offbeat gems along the way.