Map of 2000 Sri Rama Temples with details of 30 Important Sri Rama Temples

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Index of Contents 

Creation of Google Map of   Sri Rama Temples                                                               Important Rama Temples  :  1 Ram Janmbhoomi, Ayodhya  2 Shree Ram Janaki Mandir, Janakpur  Nepal 3 Raghunath temple , Jammu  4 Kanak Bhavan Temple  , Ayodhya 5 Tripayar Shri Rama Temple 6 Shri Sitaramchandraswami Mandir Bhadrachalam 7 Chitrakoot  8 Panchwati 9 Eri Katha Ramar, Madurantakam 10 Ram Thirth Temple, Amristar 11 Kodandarama Temple  Vontimitta Andhra Pradesh 12 Thiruvgand Shriramswami Temple, Kerala 13  Thrinayamkudam SreeRama Temple, Vaikom, Kerala 14. Thiruvilwamala Vilwadrinatha Temple 15 Ramaswamy Temple,  Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu 16. Kalaram Temple , Panchavati  17  Ram Mandir, Bhubaneswar 18. Ramchaura Mandir, Hajipur, Bihar 19. Sri Kothandaramaswamy Temple,  Mudikondan, Tamilnadu  20.  Vaduvur Sri Kothandaramaswamy Temple,Tamil Nadu  21. Kodandaramaswami Temple  Hiremagalur,  Chikkamagaluru  22.  Kodanda Rama Temple,  Thirthahalli, Karnataka 23. Kothandaramar Temple, Rameswaram ,Tamil Nadu 24.  Sri Yoga Ramar Temple, Nedungunam, Tamil Nadu 25Ram Raja Temple, Orchha Madhya Pradesh 26. The Fort temple of Lord RAMA [Ramtek]  27Sri Kodanda Rama Temple, Chunchanakatte, Karnataka 28. Viraat Ramayan Mandir Kesaria, Bihar 29 Sathurbuja Ramar Temple, Pon Padhar Koodam, Tamil Nadu 30  Valvil Ramar Kovil, Thiru Pullaboothangudi, Tamilnadu

1.0 Creation of Google Map of   Sri Rama Temples

 India is a land of tens of thousands of divine Hindu temples; The least gratitude one can show to the several men and women who had conceptualized and constructed these temples is to have darshan of as many temples as possible within our lifetime and receive the divine blessings.

Google Map of Temples : It would greatly facilitate planning the tour program if locations of the temples are available marked in Google Map. For Padal Petra Sthalams (sung by the great Saivaite Saints (Appar,Gnana  sambhandar, Manikkavasagar & Sundarar), web link 1 are already available  web link 2   Also for Divya Desams (Sung by alwars), web link  is already available

I have tried to create  Google Maps for the following :  Map of  1000 Murugan / Subhramanya / Kartik temples  , please see the web link   Map of  800 Sri Narasimha / Narasingh temples,    please see the web link  Map of Vaipu Sthalangal  please see    web link :

For Sri Rama Temples,,  no such google map is available. I have tried to mark them in Google Maps with the help of the information available (See References at the end of the blog). I was in for a big surprise- the numbers went on increasing exponentially! I could mark more than 2000 Rama temples ;nearby each Rama temple, we can invariably see an Anjaneya Temple and so together we can see some 4000 temples combined for Sri Rama & Anjaneya.. It is also noted that Sri Rama temples are evenly distributed throughout India. An interactive Google Map embedded in the post is given at the end of the blog:          Map web link      

Map of 2000 Ramar Temples

Map of 2000 Sri Rama Temples

Data link and photographs have been given wherever information is available about the temples. Some of the temples could not be located; Details of some temples are not available. Hence if you happen to visit such temples, please give me the information / photos about them so that I can update.

2.0 Important Rama Temples: I have given below some of the Important Rama Temples. All the Sri Rama temples are important – but based on the historical importance and devotees that visit these temples, I have attempted to name a few out of 2000 temples.

  1. Ram Janmbhoomi, AyodhyaSri Ram was born in Ram Janma bhoomiAyodhya and so this place  is sacred . Ayodhya is located on the banks of the river Sarayu. Ram Janmabhoomi (literally, “Rama’s birthplace”) is the site that is believed to be the birthplace of Rama, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu.  The Mughals demolished a Hindu shrine that marked the spot, and constructed a mosque in its place.  The five judges Supreme Court bench heard the title dispute cases from August to October 2019.[On 9 November 2019, the Supreme Court ordered the land to be handed over to a trust to build the Hindu temple. It also ordered to the government to give alternate 5 acre land to Sunni Waqf Board to build the mosque. On 5 February 2020, the trust known as Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra was created by the Government of India. The trust will oversee the construction of the Ram Mandir. The foundation stone for construction of the temple was laid on 5 August 2020 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.                                                                                                                           Believed to be discovered by king Vikramaditya. Rama Janma Bhoomi is where Lord Rama was said to have taken birth. There is a small Lord Rama temple here. Hopefully Shri Ram Mandir would be completed in 3 years.
  2. Shree Ram Janaki Mandir, Janakpur  Nepal, Queen Vrisha Bhanu of Tikamgarh, India built the temple in 1910 AD.In 1657, a Janakpur Nepalgolden statue of the Goddess Sita was found at the very spot, and Sita is said to have lived there. It is often considered the most important model of Rajput architecture in Nepal. Fully built in bright white and constructed in an area of 4,860 sq. feet in a mixed style of Mughal and Rajput domes, the temple is 50 meters high. It is a three-storied structure made entirely of stone and marble
  3. Raghunath temple , Jammu the Ragunath temple is a fine example  of craftsmanship. Raghunath Temple consists of Jammu raghunath temple1a complex of seven   shrines, each with its own Shikhara. It is one of the largest temple complexes of north India.The temple was built during the period 1822–1860 by order of Maharaja Ranjit Singh The temple has many gods in its complex of shrines, but the presiding deity is Rama, The Mughal architectural influence is seen in all the spiral shaped towers which have gold plated spires, except the tower over the main shrine which is said to be in Sikh architectural style. The niches in the walls of the shrines are decorated with 300 well crafted images of deities. The paintings in the 15 panels of the main shrine are based on themes from Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Bhagavad Gita
  4. Kanak Bhavan Temple, Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh : The ‘Kanak Bhawan’ is the biggest, religiously one of the most important Kanak-Bhavan-Temple-Ayodhyaand architecturally an aesthetically built temple dedicated to Lord Ram and his divine consort Sita. Its magnificence and charm is not only restricted to its external façade, but the deities installed in the sanctum are so beautiful and captivating to behold that one is left dumbfounded and spell-bound once one sees them.  Conceived more as a sprawling palace rather than as a shrine,  the Kanak Bhavan Temple resembles magnificent palaces of Bundelkhand and Rajasthan region of India. Its history dates back to Treta Yug when it was gifted by Ram’s step-mother Kaikeyi to him and his consort Sita as a marriage gift. With the passage of time it fell to ruin, and was reconstructed and renovated many times
  5. Tripayar Shri Rama Temple – Located in KeralaThriprayar-temple this temple has many legends associated with it. The idol of this temple was found floating in the water by the head of the village. Since the idol has the essence of Shiv, Vishnu and Brahma that is why it is prayed to as the Trimurti. A number of Ramayana era paintings can be seen  in this temple
  6. Shri Sitaramchandraswami Mandir Bhadrachalam    The Bhadrachalam temple is located in Khamman district of Andhra Pradesh. When Lord Ram was going to Lanka to rescue Sita he rested for some time here. In the medieval era one of his devotees removed the bamboo temple and constructed a new Ram temple here.The famous Bhakta Ramadas was always distracted and his intense love for Lord Rama compelled him to build a temple at Bhadrachalam. He collected money for the construction from the citizens, but was not enough. So he borrowed from the tax revenue of the nawab and gave his god a worthy abode, vowing to return the money. However, the nawab was furious and sentenced Ramadas to 12 years in prison.Frustrated at god’s indifference to his pleadings,  Ramadas composed some of the finest keertanas in his prison cell (reminding Rama of his services in Ikshvaku Kula Tilaka). Bhadrachalam ramrIt is said that Rama & Lakshmana in the guise of two youngsters paid up his dues and got his release papers. The golden coins paid by Rama are known as Ram Tanka coins .They can be seen even today. These coins have the Pattabhishekam scene on one side and the picture of another Rama Bhaktha, Hanuman, on the other side. The nawab was moved and recognized the greatness of Ramadas and released him immediately and gave him land around Bhadraachalam to continue his dedicated service to Bhadraachala
  7. Chitrakoot :  When Ram left Ayodhya he reached Prayag. After crossing Yamuna River he reached Chitrakoot. There he Chitrakoot dhamstayed for many days in Anusuya Ashram.The Ram temples built here bring his entire stay here alive. Raamghat, Janki Kund , Hanumandhara, Gupt Godavri are the famous places to see here.
  8.  Panchwati
  1. After moving around the various ashrams finally Ram crossed rivers to reach Nasik. Here he stayed at Agastya muni Ashram. PanchwatiThere are 5 trees here which is why this place is called Panchwati. It is said that Ram, Lakshman and Sita planted these 5 trees here. Having one of the most famous Ram temples it is this place where Sita was abducted by Ravan. There is also a specific place where Marichi had died.

9. Eri Katha Ramar, Madurantakam,  Tamil Nadu The temple was built during the Pallava era, and is estimated to be 1600 years old. The Moolavar (presiding deity) of the temple is

Lord Rama. The temple has inscriptions indicating generous gifts from Chola king Parantaka The Moolavar is in a standing position facing east and is around 8 feet (2 m) tall. This temple is situated near the Madhuranthakam lake shore. The temple also houses an image of Karunakaramurthi. The images are made of stucco as is the case in some of the temples like Ulagalantha Perumal Temple, Kanchipuram

10.  Ram Thirth Temple, Amristar : Shri Ram Tirth Temple, dedicated to Maharishi Valmiki ji is situated 11 km west of Amritsar on Amritsar Lopoke road. The temple dates back to the period of Ramayana

Amristar Shri-Ram-Tirth-Temple
Ram Thirth Temple, Amristar

and the place is famous for the ashram of sage Maharishi Valmiki. It is the place where the sage gave shelter to Sita, wife of Rama when she was abandoned after the Lanka Victory. It was here that she gave birth to the twins Lav and Kush. The great epic Ramayana is also said to have been Written here by Maharishi Valmiki. It is also believed that the fight between Lord Ram Chandra’s forces and Lav and Kush had also taken place at Ram Tirth.

11.Kodandarama Temple at Vontimitta  Kodandarama Temple at Vontimitta is the largest temple in the Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh.

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Kodandarama Temple at Vontimitta

The temple dedicated to the god Rama and listed as an ancient monument in Andhra Pradesh state The temple depicts artistic skill of the Vijayanagara architectural style, which was said to be in existence from 16th century. Lord Rama is found with a bow in His right hand and arrow in His left hand in a standing posture along with Goddess Sita and Lalshmana. Goddess Sita and Lakshmana are found to be carved as a composing images, which is made out of a single rock

12. Thiruvgand Shriramswami Temple, Kerala  Sree Ramaswami Temple is an important Rama temple in Kerala, generally known as the Brass Pagoda. Ramaswami Temple of Thalassery is one of the five major shrines dedicated to Lord Sree Rama in Kerala. The other four are at Thrinayamkudam (Vaikom), Triprayar, Thiruvilluamala and

Thiruvangad ramaswamy temple
Thiruvgand Shriramswami Temple,

Kadalur.  From time immemorial, devotees have referred to the Sree Rama here as “Perumaal”. Rama is depicted in Poornaroopa with four arms (“Chathurbaahu”) carrying the conch, discus, mace and lotus. He displays “Abhayamudra” in one hand denoting blessing and the mace held upside down in another, a pleasant smile on his face. The belief (“sankalpa”) is that, in this temple, Sree Rama is in a gentle mood, being relieved after the fierce battle which led to the death of Khara, Thrishiras and Dooshana, as described in Ramayana. Another pointer to the calm and benevolent nature (bhaava) of the deity is the fact that the mace is held upside down denoting that the battle is over.  It houses exquisite, wooden sculptures which rank among the best in Kerala. The temple sits on nearly seven acres of land including the temple tank (“chira”) which measures about two and a half acres. Probably Kerala is the only state one finds separate temples for Bharatha (Koodalmanikyam Temple, Irinjalakuda  ), Lakshmana( Thirumoozhikkulam Lakshmana Perumal Temple) &  Shathrukana( Payammal Sree Shathrukana Swami Temple,Poomangalam.

13. Thrinayamkudam SreeRama Temple, Vaikom, Kerala.

Thrinayamkudam Sree rama Temple, Vaikom
Thrinayamkudam SreeRama Temple, Vaikom

It is in 6 Km distance to Vaikom Town.This is one of the 5 major Rama temples in Kerala. Others are Triprayar, Thiruvilluamala , Thiruvgand and Kadalur

14. Thiruvilwamala Vilwadrinatha Temple This is one of the four major temples in Kerala dedicated to Lord Rama, the other three being

Thiruvilwamala Vilwadrinatha Temple
Thiruvilwamala Vilwadrinatha Temple

Thriprayar, Kadavallur and Thiruvangad temples, and also one of the rarest temples in India itself which houses Lord Lakshmana.

15 Ramaswamy Temple,  Kumbakonam ,Tamil Nadu : Ramaswamy Temple of Tamil Nadu is one of the most beautiful and famous Lord Rama temple in South India. The temple is located in Kumbakonam and also has images of Lakshmana, Bharatha, Chatruguna and Hanuman in worship posture. All Rama Brothers appear together only in Ayodhya Temple, Ayodhiyapatinam Salem and in  Ramaswamy Temple, Kumbakonam.

Kumbakonam Ramaswamy Temple, Tamil Nadu
Ramaswamy Temple,  Kumbakonam

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16. Kalaram Temple , Panchavati area of Nashik city in Maharashtra,   The temple derives its name from the statue of Lord Rama that is black. The literal translation of kalaram means black Rama. The sanctum sanctorum also houses the statues of goddess Sita and god Lakshmana.The temple was funded by Sardar Rangarao Odhekar, and was built around 1788. It was said that Odhekar had a dream that the statue of Rama in black colour was in the Godavari River. Nasik Kalaram TempleOdhekar took the statue from river and built the temple The main entrance has a Lord Hanuman deity which is black. There is also a very old tree that has Lord Dattatreya’s footprint impressions marked on a stone. Pilgrims visit the Kapaleshwar Mahadev temple near the Kalaram Temple

17  Ram Mandir, Bhubaneswar,   Ram Mandir, in the heart of Bhubaneswar, is a temple housing beautiful images of Lord Rama, Lord Lakshman, and Goddess Sita. The high rising spire of the main temple visible from many parts of the capital city, is its main attraction. Built and managed Bhuvaneswar Ram Mandirby a private trust, the temple complex also comprises shrines devoted to ochre-painted marble idols of Lord Hanuman, Lord Shiva and other gods. Ram mandir is very beautiful from outside, as mostly constructions in Bhubaneshwar are characteristic by one style from a first eye visitor but the place seems unique. It has been painted beautifully using sculptures on walls. .

18. Ramchaura Mandir, Hajipur, Bihar  As per local Bihar Ramachura templenfolklore, it is said to have been in existence since Ramayana period and Lord Shri Ram is believed to have visited this place on his way to Janakpur, where his footprints are worshiped

19. Sri Kothandaramaswamy Temple,  Mudikondan, Tamilnadu (1000 years old temple)  The village has received the name Magudavardhanapuri, directly translated in Tamil as Mudikondan, meaning the place of coronation. Lord Rama gave dharshan to Sage Bharadwaja as the coronated king of Ayodhya, giving the village its name. After Rama departure from Ayodhya to take on the forest life as Pithurvakya Paripalana dharma (obeying Mudikondan_3the command of father), Sri Rama visited the hermitage of Sage Bharadwaja on his way. When the sage offered him a feast, Sri Rama respectfully declined to accept the offer as he was on a mission then and promised to accept it on his return to Ayodhya. On his return after the Ravana Vadha (killing) while returning to Ayodhya, the Pushpaka Vimana (the divine aircraft) landed at the sage’s ashram. When sage Bharadwaja offered the dinner, Sri Rama said that he had to perform the puja to Lord Sri Ranganatha before the feast. The sage installed Sri Ranganatha as desired by Rama. Rama accepted the feast after worshipping His Kuladevatha Sri Ranganatha. Here Rama gave darshan to the sage in Cororation form (with crown – Mudi in Tamil) at this place, even before the official coronation at Ayodhya later. Hence, the place came to be known as Mudikondon.Rama in this temple is also known as Mudikondaramar.

20.  Vaduvur Sri Kothandaramaswamy Temple,Tamil Nadu  (1000 years old temple) also known as Dakshina Ayodhya is situated at the Vaduvoor rama templebanks of a Bird Sanctuary and close to a tributary of Cauvery. The main deity, Lord Rama is known for his enchanting and enigmatic beauty. Vaduvur Sri Kailasanathar swamy temple is one of the famous temple in vaduvur and also it is one of west facing lord Siva temple.and the famous AASAI . It is said that after 14 years in the forest (Vanavaasam) and defeating Ravana, Sri Rama was returning back to Ayodhya. During his return, he stayed at the hermitage/ashrama of many rishis (sages). During such stay, the sages/rishis prayed in earnest, asking them to stay forever. As Sri Rama need to return back to fulfill promise made to Bharatha, his brother, he called up Vishvakarma and sketched his enchanting divine form as an idol,  and left  it outside the ashrama. The rishis who came to see them the next day were spellbound and mesmerized by the beautiful statue. Still hyptonized by what they saw, the sages agreed for Sri Rama to leave for Ayodhya, on one condition that leave the statue with them. Sri Rama, with a smile, agreed to their request and left the statue behind. These historical statues of Lord Rama, Lord Sita and Lord Hanuman are none other than the ones currently at Vaduvur Temple.

21. Kodandaramaswami Temple  Hiremagalur near Chikkamagaluru :  According to sthalapurana, or local legend, proud Purushottama Hiremagalur Kodandarama Templewas subdued at Hiremagalur by Rama. Purushottama requested Rama to show him the scene of his (Rama’s) marriage. Therefore, Sita stands to Rama’s right side and Lakshmana to his left, as per the tradition in Hindu marriage ceremonies. Perhaps this is the only temple where Sita and Lakshmana are positioned like this, as popular renderings of the trio (Rama, Lakshmana, and Sita) depict Sita to Rama’s left. The idols are best described by the poet Sri. Da. Ra. Bendre: “All the three idols appear to be walking towards the viewer looking at the placement of their feet. The sculptor has carved intricately the crown, jewellery and the positions of the bodies. Sita’s posture, eyes looking down, her jewellery are sculpted really well.”. Legends say that the place was the residence of nine siddhas who performed penance near a pond in the village known as Siddha Pushkarni and that as Parashurama too lived here, it was called Bhargavapuri, or “town of Bhargava (Parashurama).

22.  Kodanda Rama Temple,  Thirthahalli, Karnataka (1000 yrs old )  As per the legend, the Parashurama son of great sage Jamadagni Thirthahalli, Karnataka Kodanda Rama Templeand Renukadevi (Parashu means axe, hence his name literally means Rama of the axe) chopped off his mother Renuka’s head using an axe on the orders of his father, Jamadagni. Later, Parashurama tried to wash the blood stains off the axe by dipping it in various rivers. Despite of dipping it in various sacred rivers, a sesame-sized blood stain remained on his axe. Then he dipped his axe in the Tunga river near Thirthahalli. Hence, this place is now called as Parashurama Thirtha (or RamaThirtha) and is the origin of the name Thirthahalli . Sri Rameshwara Temple is near the place Parashurama Thirtha. The sanctum sanctorum of the temple has a Shiva Lingam which is believed to have been installed by Parashurama.

23. Kothandaramar Temple, Rameswaram ,Tamil Nadu Dhanushkodi Kothandaramaswamy_Temple Located at a distance of 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) from Rameswaram, it forms the southernmost tip of the island.[1] The temple is the only historical structure to survive the 1964 cyclone that washed away Dhanushkodi. The temple has the deities of Rama , Lakshmana , Sita, Hanuman.and Vibhishana.

24.  Sri Yoga Ramar Temple, Nedungunam, Tamil Nadu (1000 yrs old) The uniqueness about this temple is that here Rama is found sitting

Nedungunram rama temple 1
Sri Yoga Ramar Temple, Nedungunam

calm, right hand on the chest (chin mudra), with eyes closed without any weapons, while Mother Sita holds a lotus in the right hand and left pointing to the feet of Rama. Sukabrahma Maharishi did a penance for the darshan of Sri Rama, pleased with his penance,came here on His while returning to Ayodhya and spent a day with Him on rishi’s request. The second gopuram is called Kili Gopuram in honour of Sukabrahma Maharishi who stands as a hill next to the temple.

25Ram Raja Temple, Orchha Madhya Pradesh, :Shri Ram is sitting in Padmasan (Lotus position), with only left leg crossed over the right thigh though (both legs are not crossed unlike in the usual Padmasan). Every day after worship sandalwood’s teeka is applied on Lord Ram’s left toe. It is believed when visiting the Raja Ram Darbaar if worshippers

Orchaa temple1 Madhya pradesh
Ram Raja Temple, Orchha

look at the left foot’s big toe then their wish gets fulfilled. Here, Lord Ram is worshipped not just as a God, but also as a king. He even gets a gun salute.

26. The Fort temple of Lord RAMA [Ramtek] : It is believed that Ramtek was the place where Sri Rama, rested while he was in exile. Legend has it that the aashram of great Hindu sage Agastya was situated close to Ramtek. While the sages performed religious rites, the demons used to disrupt their activities and slayed a great number of

Ramtek Ra temple
temple of Lord RAMA [Ramtek]

holy men. Lord Rama was distressed to hear about this, and took a vow to relieve the world from the demons. ‘Tek’ means vow in local language, hence the word Ramtek comes from ‘Vow of Ram’. Thus it is believed locally that whoever takes a vow at Ramtek is blessed by the gods for its fulfillment. The ‘padukas’ of Lord Ram are believed to have been worshipped here for centuries

27Sri Kodanda Rama Temple, Chunchanakatte, Karnataka : Located just beside the Chunchanakatte Falls, Legend describes that Lord Rama during his tenure in the forests stayed in this place like tribal couple Chuncha and Chunchi. There is a Chunchunkatte rama templebelief that Goddess Sita took holy bath at this place and till now the water colour in that area looks like mixed with turmeric and other holy powders used for pooja. The uniqueness of this place is that the sound of the waterfalls can be heard all over except inside the inner sanctum of the temple. At a distance of 55 Kms from Mysore, Sri Kodanda Rama temple is situated just beside the Chunchanakatte Falls

28. Viraat Ramayan Mandir Kesaria, Bihar,  is an upcoming Hindu temple complex in Kesaria, Bihar,  withViraat_Ramayan_Mandir Bihar an estimated budget of ₹500 crore . When completed, it will be the largest religious monument in the world. The Virat Ramayan Mandir will be almost double the height of the world-famous 12th century Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, which is 215 feet high The temple will have a hall with a seating capacity of 20,000 people ] The construction of the temple is scheduled to start in June 2015, but has since been delayed following the Cambodia government’s protest to the government of India.

29) Sathurbuja Ramar Temple, Pon Padhar Koodam, Tamil Nadu   Chaturbhuja Kothandaramar Temple is dedicated to Lord Rama located Pon Pathar koodam, chaturbhuja-kothandaramar-temple.at Ponpadhar Koodam near Pon Vilaintha Kalathur in Kanchipuram District of Tamilnadu. Ponpadhar Koodam is a small village located at about 10 kms east of Chengalpattu, just further to PV Kalathur. The rare feature of Sri Rama here is that he is seen with four arms holding Bow, Arrow, Shanku (Conch) and Chakra in each of his arms..  Pon Padhar Koodam is one of the very few temples in India with Rama in a grand sitting Chaturbhuja Posture. The most prominent of the Chaturbhuja Rama is in Dhandakaranya Kshetram of Bhadrachalam in Andhra Pradesh).

30) Valvil Ramar Kovil, Thiru Pullaboothangudi :  It is one of the “Divya Desams“, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints,

Pullabhoothangudi Ramar Koil
Valvil Ramar Kovil, Thiru Pullaboothangudi

or Alwars. Situated 8 km away from Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu. Jatayu (king of the birds in the Ramayan) died here fighting Ravana. Lord Rama performed the last rites here for Jatayu. As Sita wasn’t there at the time to perform the rites along with Rama, Bhoomi Devi appeared in a Potramarai (Golden Lotus) to perform the last rites

In addition, Pancha Rama Kshetrams   can be visited in Tamilnadu. web link 

The Pancha Rama Kshetrams are the five Holy Shrines (Divya Kshetras) dedicated to Lord Sri Rama. Below are the lists of Pancha Ranga Kshetrams located in Thiruvarur District and Thiruvannamalai District in Tamil Nadu.

Pancha Rama Kshetrams located in Thiruvannamalai District, Tamil Nadu

  1. Nedungunam – Sri Yoga Ramar Temple – Thiruvannamalai District
  2. Ragunathasamudram – Sri Gnana Ramar Temple – Thiruvannamalai District
  3. Injimedu Sri Yagna Ramar Temple Thiruvannamalai District
  4. Periya Kozhappalur – Sri Chathurbuja Ramar Temple – Tiruvannamalai District
  5. Padavedu – Sri Yoga Ramar Temple – Thiruvannamalai District

Pancha Rama Kshetrams located in Thiruvarur District, Tamil Nadu

  1. Thillaivilangam – Sri KodhandaRamar Temple, Thiruvarur District
  2. Vaduvur – Sri KodhandaRamar Temple, Thiruvarur District
  3. Paruthiyur – Sri Ramar Temple, Thiruvarur District
  4. Mudikondan – Sri Ramar Temple, Thiruvarur District
  5. Adambar – Sri KodhandaRamar Temple, Thiruvarur District

Hope the map is useful for under taking the temple tours.

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Author: kalyangeetha

Interested in travelling and having Darshan of several Temples in India and abroad. Retired as President from Navayuga Spatial Technologies Ltd & previously as General Manager (AS&DM) , NRSC, Department of Space

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