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Why is Kanak Bhawan a major tourist attraction?

In addition to being an important Hindu pilgrimage site, Kanak Bhawan is also a beautiful piece of architecture that draws history and architecture enthusiasts. The splendid carvings and paintings depicting Ramayana scenes also attract art lovers.

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Kanak Bhawan is located in the Tulsi Nagar area of Ayodhya, about 2 km from Ayodhya Junction Railway Station. It can be easily reached via local transport like auto-rickshaws, taxis or by foot.
In addition to being an important Hindu pilgrimage site, Kanak Bhawan is also a beautiful piece of architecture that draws history and architecture enthusiasts. The splendid carvings and paintings depicting Ramayana scenes also attract art lovers.
Some major Hindu festivals celebrated grandly at Kanak Bhawan are Ram Navami (Lord Rama’s birthday), Deepavali, and Vijaya Dashami. The temple attracts thousands of devotees during these festivals.
The temple timings are from 8 AM to 11 AM, and 4:30 PM to 9 PM. Entry into Kanak Bhawan is free for all visitors.
Kanak Bhawan showcases the Bundela architectural style of north India. The central hall has arched doorways on three sides. The inner sanctum houses three pairs of idols of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita, with gold crowns. The idols are decorated with heavy gold ornaments.
Kanak Bhawan is believed to have been originally gifted to Goddess Sita by Lord Rama’s stepmother Queen Kaikayi. Over the years, it has undergone renovations by historical figures like Vikramaditya and Vrish Bhanu Kunwari. The current structure was rebuilt in 1891 by Vrish Bhanu Kunwari. It is religiously significant as a temple dedicated to Lord Rama and Goddess Sita. The name “Kanak Bhawan” means “golden house”.

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