Must-do activities in Ayodhya during Diwali

Nov 9, 2023

By: Ayush Mehrotra & Shagun Chaudhary

Visit Ram Janmabhoomi

Start your journey by paying homage at the Ram Janmabhoomi, the birthplace of Lord Ram. The Ram Janmabhoomi Temple Complex is a symbol of faith and devotion, and during Diwali, it is adorned with magnificent decorations and diyas.

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Attend the Grand Diwali Aarti

Participate in the grand Diwali aarti at Ram Ki Paidi, where the ghats of the Saryu River come alive with thousands of oil lamps. The spiritual ambiance and the spectacular sight of the illuminated riverbanks are mesmerizin

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Admire the Rangoli Art

Witness the exquisite rangoli art that decorates the streets and courtyards of Ayodhya. Skilled artists create intricate patterns using colored powders and flower petals, adding to the festive charm.

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Attend Deepotsav

Don't miss the Ayodhya Deepotsav, a grand event that attracts people from across the country. Thousands of oil lamps are lit, creating a breathtaking spectacle. It's an unforgettable experience.

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Visit Nageshwarnath Temple

The Nageshwarnath Temple is another important religious site in Ayodhya. It's dedicated to Lord Shiva and holds historical significance. It's especially vibrant during Diwali.

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Take a Saryu River Cruise

Enjoy a serene cruise on the Saryu River and witness the mesmerizing reflection of the illuminated ghats in the tranquil waters.

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Join the Cultural Processions

Ayodhya hosts grand processions during Diwali, featuring folk dances, music, and performances that depict the life and teachings of Lord Ram. Joining these processions is a cultural immersion.

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