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Hanuman Garhi is one of the most popular religious shrines in Ayodhya. There are close to 70 steps to climb and see the main sanctum. The main diety of Lord Hanuman is seen with Mata Anjani with infant Hanuman in her lap - and this...More
Hanuman Garhi is the most important temple in Ayodhya after Ramlala' s makeshift temple. One has to climb stairs to reach there. Parking is also at some distance. There are a number of shops selling prasadam, but unike at Sankat Mochan, Varanasi, most of them...More
According to tradition, this is where the pilgrimage to Ayodhya should start. A plaque on the side of the exit stairs gives some interesting facts of the temple, and why this Hanuman temple is there. Shri Ram was the samrat of Ayodhya, so everybody in...More
After Ram Janm Bhoomi, Hanuman Garhi is the second identity of Ayodhya. It is one of the most famous holy place to visit after Ram Janm Bhoomi in Ayodhya. I visited here twice and enjoyed a lot. For a traveler, there are a lot of...More
The temple of Sri Hanuman the loyal Bakth and sawak of the Lord Sita Ram ji. The temple is must and visit place of all Hindhus. To reach Hanumajn ji dharshan we have to climb about 76 steps. The greatness is that even aged people...More
The Hanuman garhi temple is located on a small hillock. It is a popular religious shrine in Ayodhya. It is approachable by a flight of 76 steps. It is almost always thronged by those with a religious bent of mind. A statue of Mata Anjani...More
We visited this famous Hanuman temple in Ayodhya on the evening of Christmas this year. This Hanuman temple is very famous and people have great deal of faith in it. One interesting thing I was told about this place is that the monkeys never disturb...More
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The temple is built on the highest elevation in Ayodhya; looks like a fort, hence the name Garhi. Lord Hanuman is believed to protect Ayodhya from his seat here. A lot of sadhus live within the temple complex doing their... More
The temple is built on the highest elevation in Ayodhya; looks like a fort, hence the name Garhi. Lord Hanuman is believed to protect Ayodhya from his seat here. A lot of sadhus live within the temple complex doing their penances.