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Welcome to the realm of the spiritual city of Ayodhya, and engage yourself with heritage sites, temples, and the rich history of the Hindu religion. With the Ayodhya Tour Package, tourists will experience the seamless and rich heritage of the Hindu religion. During the tour, one can connect to Ayodhya's spiritual core and values at the end of their trip.
Things to do in Ayodhya
Things to be done in Ayodhya Tour Guide are:-
· Shri Ram Janmabhoomi:- Visit the birthplace of Lord Ram, where the epic saga of Ramayan started. Currently, the temple is named Ram Mandir and has a newly constructed design. Attracting even more devotees from all around the world.
· Hanuman Garhi:- The foremost rule to visit this temple, as per the mythology, is to worship this temple before going to Ram Mandir. As it's believed, Hanuman protects and guides the Ayodhya till now.
· Tulsi Samarak Bhawan Museum:- Literature craze visitors can look forward to the library filled with rich history and books. That is the Tulsi Samarak Bhawan Museum, where the popular Saint-poet Goswami Tulsidas wrote Ramcharita, at this place.
How to Reach Ayodhya from Mumbai
The closest Airport is the Maharishi Valmiki International Airport Ayodhya, which is 10 km away from Ayodhya Dam. However, there are other airports in Uttar Pradesh where tourists can book their flights. The main two junction stations are Faizabad Junction and Ayodhya Junction. Anyone on this or any other train will drop at the right place.
Best Suggested Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive in Ayodhya
Tourists are picked up from their transportation stops and dropped off at their respective hotel's bo, booked insurance. After refreshments, tourists are taken to Hanuman Mandir, Ram Mandir, Kanak Bhawan, and many more. The day ends with visiting the temple near the Saryu River to appreciate the serene view.
Day 2: Ayodhya Sightseeing
The second day of the tour begins with breakfast, and then the rest sites are visited, such as Sita ki Rasoi, Tulsi Samarak Bhawan ( museum), a stroll in the rose garden known as Gulab Bari, and many more. For entertainment purposes, one can visit Ram Katha Park for the garden and open theatres to better understand Indian culture. End the day on a note by enjoying and experiencing the local cuisines on the street market.
Day 3: Departure
The tour ends with visiting the remaining sites customized by tourists or relaxing and directly leaving for the airport, bus, car, or train.
Nearby places to visit as an extension from Ayodhya tour
· Gonda:- Karan, the son of the Sun, constructed a tank to pay tribute to his father, which is 44km away from Ayodhya during the era of Mahabharat.
· Bara Banki:- A monument constructed in 1905 AD, of Sufi saint Syed Haji Ali Waris Shah, with 107 km distance from Ayodhya, is a magnificent example of Indo-Iranian design.
· Shringi Rishi Ashram:- A yagna performed on the River of Saryu, Sage Shringi performed to honour the king Dashrath.
· Bharat Kund:- When Lord Rama went for his exile of 14 years, his brother Bharat ruled this palace in Nandigra, which is 20km away from Ayodhya.
Best time to plan Ayodhya trip
The vital part of the trip is the time when to travel. Thus, the best time to plan an Ayodhya Tour for 3 days is during the winter season, from October to March, as it’s more comfortable to travel during winter than in summer. In summer, visiting all the touring sites gets humid and sweaty.
Tips to plan Ayodhya trip:
· The foremost rule to plan a trip is to book the tour and hotels in advance to avoid the last-minute hassle during travelling.
· Carry the right outfits for the trip so as not to offend the cultural sensitivity of the place.
· Don’t forget to experience local cuisines from the street market.
FAQs on the Ayodhya Tour from Mumbai
How many days of the Ayodhya Tour should be planned?
Approximately 3 days is adequate for exploring the city.
How to plan the Ayodhya trip?
Book the Ayodhya Tour from Mumbai to customize the tour according to time and budget.