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The temple is located at Ram ki Paidi in Ayodhya. Kush, the younger son of Rama established the temple of Nageshwarnath. Nageshwarnath means The Lord of all Snakes i.e. Lord Shiva. History says that Kush lost his armlet while bathing in the Saryu, which was picked up by a Nag-Kanya, who fell in love with him. As she was a devotee of Shiva, Kush erected this temple for her.It is believed that this has been the only temple to have survived the bad conditions until the time of Vikramaditya, the rest of the city had fallen into ruins and was…

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Hanuman Garhi in Ayodhya Ayodhya, well known for its legendary association with Lord Rama is one of the most holy cities in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Of all the Holy Places in Ayodhya, Hanuman Garhi is one that has made a place for itself not only in the minds of devotes but also amongst the major Tourist Attractions in Ayodhya. Common tourists frequent Hanuman Garhi in large numbers. It enjoys an advantageous location right in the heart of the city of Ayodhya and is a must visit if you are considering Tours to Ayodhya. History of the Hanuman Garhi,…

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Located at Chaudah Koshi Parikrama Marg in the Darshan Nagar area, at a distance of 4 km from Ayodhya, Suraj Kund is a big tank surrounded by ghats that presents an exclusively beautiful sight to visitors. The Suryavanshi rulers of Ayodhya, it is believed, constructed the kund to pay obeisance to the Sun god. In ancient times this place was also called Ghoshark Tirtha. It is believed that in ancient times a king named Ghosh once saw the sages and sages taking a bath in the pool while passing through here. After this, he also took a bath in the…

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Maurya Mishthan Bhandar is well known for its  Kullhad Dahi Jalebi in Ayodhya. It is also known as Vishwanath ki jalebi- Jalebi is a special sweet commonly enjoyed across South Asia and had as a breakfast meal in Uttar Pradesh. The combination of Dahi(curd) and jalebi and rabri constitutes this delicious sweet(condensed-milk-based dish) which is widely enjoyed by foodies for breakfast in Ayodhya. They also serve many other lip-smacking traditional snacks such as Samosa, Kachori, Rabri, Emmarti, and Mathri. They have received various awards along with the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) Award and have been a…

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