Ramaswamy Temple

Dedicated to Lord Ram, the sixteenth-century temple is located in Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu. There are exquisite sculptures on the pillars of the temple depicting the events of Ram's life.

Ram Raja Mandir

Located in Orchha, in central India's Madhya Pradesh state, Lord Ram is worshipped here as king, with Raja literally meaning just that.

Ramrekha Temple

Located in Jharkhand state's Simdega, the temple is held as a symbol of reverence and faith. Lord Ram, along with his brother Laxman and wife Sita, spent a few days of his exile here.

Vilwadrinatha Temple, Thiruvilwamala

Located in Kerala's Thrissur in southern India, the temple is dedicated to Ram and Laxman. Situated atop a 100-foot-high hill, the idol of Rama is a swayambhu (self-born) image, which means no human intervention has ever taken place

Ramanathaswamy Temple

The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed to be the site where Ram prayed to Shiva to absolve any sins that he might have committed during his war against the demon-king Ravana in Lanka across the sea.

Raghunath Temple

Located in Jammu, northern India, Raghunath temple was built by the first Dogra ruler, Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1835. The presiding deity in the complex of shrines is Rama - also known as Raghunath, an Avatar of Vishnu.