Rishabhadeo Jain Temple, Brahma Kund , Amawan Temple, Tulsi Chaura, Laxman Quila, Angad Tila, Shri Rama Janaki Birla Temple, Tulsi Smarak Bhawan, Ram ki Paidi, Kaleramji ka Mandir, Datuvan Kund, Janki Mahal, Gurudwara Brahma Kund Ji, Ram Katha Museum, Valmiki Ramayan Bhawan, are among other places of interest for tourists in Ayodhya.
Rishabhadeo Jain Temple :-
This temple was constructed in 1781 by Kesari Singh ji, treasurer of the Nawab of Awadh. This temple was later rebuilt by Chandragupta Vikramaditya in Tretayuga . The first Tirthankar of Digambara Jain community is also known as Rishabh Dev, who is also known as Adinath, that the idol is installed in the sanctum of the temple. Ayodhya is also very popular for Jain temples. Many followers of Jainism regularly visit Ayodhya. Ayodhya is also called the birthplace of five Jain writers. Where the birthright was born, the temple of that goddess remained.
Brahma Kund :-
Brahma Kund area has been described as the meditation place of Lord Brahma in Brahma Puran & other Puranas as well . Earlier this place was known as Tirtharaj but after the penance of Brahma this place came to be known as Brahma Kund. Guru Nanakdev Ji visited this place in 1557 Vikrami.
Laxman Quila :
The fort has been built by Mubarak Ali Khan on the holy bank of River Saryu and is also known as Quila (fort) Mubarak. Swami Yuglanand Paranji Maharaj of Rasik sect used to meditate here. After his demise, Diwan of Rewa state Deen Bandhuji got a magnificent temple constructed here, which exists even today.
Shri Rama Janaki Birla Temple :-
Shri Ram Janaki Birla Temple is a newly made temple. It is located opposite to the Ayodhya Bus stop on the way of Ayodhya-Faizabad. This temple is dedicated to Lord Ram and Devi Sita.
Ram ki Paidi :-
Ram ki Paidi, like Har ki Paidi in Haridwar, is actually a flight of steps on Nayaghat near the bank of Saryu river in Ayodhya where huge crowds of pilgrims and the devotees take a bath in the holy waters of the historic river.
(Black) Kale Ramji ka Mandir :-
Ramnagiri is considered as the best in Ayodhya Saptapuri. Being the birthplace of Lord Shriram, this city is the center of faith and reverence all over the world. Not only this, Ayodhya is embedded in various religions. Here, the presence of Hindu religion, Buddhism, Jainism and Muslim religion is seen. So the temple of South Indian and Maharashtrian traditions also exist in Ramnagiri, which has their own distinct significance. One such temple of Maharashtrian tradition is situated near Nageshwaranath Temple Newghat, which is known as the Black Ram Temple.
This temple is one of Ramanagari's proven places. Explaining the importance of the temple of Yashwant Digambar Desh Pandey Ji temple, the administrator of the temple says that Shri Ayodhya, the city of the temples, is present in our present form. It is today that 2058 years ago, Maharaja Veer Vikramaditya has established 5 flower temples. The Shriramjammabhoomi temple, with 7 kalas built on 84 pillar columns, was the first temple. In the year 1528 AD the temple was demolished during Mughal period in the Babar Empire.
Gurudwara Brahma Kund Ji :-
Brahma Kund area has been described as the meditation place of Lord Brahma in Brahma Puran & other Puranas as well. Earlier this place was known as Tirtharaj but after the penance of Brahma this place came to be known as Brahma Kund.
Guru Nanakdev Ji visited this place in 1557 Vikrami. He also sermonized local pandits here and since then the construction of Gurudwara was initiated here. Ninth Sikh Guru, Guru Teg Bahadur also came here in 1725 Vikrami and left his footwear here, which can be seen in the present building of Gurudwara even today.
Other than pottery, a variety of other terracotta objects are there on display at this museum. Textiles as well as Metal objects form an integral part of the repository. What will surely impress any visitor on a trip to this museum are the exquisite sculptures. The beautiful photographs and the marvelous paintings housed in this museum will also not fail to attract anyone's attention.
Valmiki Ramayan Bhawan :-
Valmiki Ramayana which has been engraved beautifully on marble. Devotees visit here from sunrise to sunset. It is situated at a distance of 3 km from the Ayodhya railway station on Mani Ramdas Ji Ki Chawni Marg.