Ram Mandir Prasad (Kanak Bhawan), Ayodhya
With lots of Blessings of Ram ji get Prasad from Kanak Bhawan Temple, Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh
We would offer prasad on your behalf at the Kanak Bhawan temple & you seek the divine blessings of Lord Rama & Goddess Sita!
Famously known as 'Sone ka Mandir', Kanak Bhawan is one of the very famous temples in India. The temple got its name due to the richely decorated idols of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita. The deities are seen wearing gold crowns and are decorated beautifully with gold jewelleries. It is mesmerising as well as a blessing to see the divine duo in the golden throne bedecked with gold ornaments.
Now, get the divine prasad of Lord Rama from very auspicious and his very own birthplace - Ayodhya!
According to Atharva Veda, Ayodhya is said to be "a city built by gods and being as prosperous as paradise itself."
According to Indian mythologies and hindu scripts, Kanak Bhawan was gifted by Kaikeyee to Goddess Sita after her marriage to Lord Rama. Kaikeyee was the step-mother of Lord Rama and was responsible for their exile to the forest. And according to the differnt sources, Rani Krishnabhanu Kunwari, the Queen of Tikamgarh, constructed the present temple in 1891.
The main temple is constructed around an open court in which stands the small shrine of Rampada. The sanctum is decorated very beautifully. The temple is of special attraction for the people of India and as well as for foreigners. The temple is located on a beautiful sight from where you can spot the mesmerizing sunrise in the morning and the thrilling sunset in the evening.
Everyday, the aarti is conducted 8 times and the deities are offered with the bhog 8 times in a day. And 24 hours non stop Akand Kirtan is performed inside the temple premises.
Ram Navmi - Birth of Lord Rama
Ram Navmi is the the day when Lord Rama was born. He was born on the ninth day in the Krishna Paksh in the month of Chaitra. Although thousands of devotees visits the temple throughout the year, this sacred place attracts devotees from all over India and abroad on `Ram Navami'. This festival is celebrated with great pomp and show at the temple of Kanak Bhawan. It is believed that if a person seeks the blessings of Lord Rama on this day, he attains moksha (salvation).
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