Faizabad– Faizabad was founded by Nawab of Awadh Sadat Khan and a later Nawab Shujauddaula made it capital of Awadh, Faizabad is a city in Uttar Pradesh. The nawabi culture of the city has given Faizabad an identity of its own. There are many tourists attractions in Faizabad and these attractions should be on the tourists must visit list while on a Tour to Faizabad. The Tourist attraction of Faizabad comprises of old historical buildings, the museums, the temples, the gardens that adds to the beauty of the city.
Guptar Ghat- The sacred ghat on the bank of River Saryu is believed to be the spot where Lord Rama took Jal Samadhi. It comprises a series of fine well-maintained Ghats built by Raja Darshan Singh in the first half of the 19th century. On the top of the Ghats there are the Sita-Ram Temple, the Chakrahari and the Guptahari shrines and Narasingh Temple.
Military Mandir- This Military Temple is situated in the cantonment area of Faizabad. One can enjoy the picturesque temple that was built by central military police (CMP). One can really enjoy by spending some useful time in the well maintained and beautiful gardens. The temple is visited by a large number of devotees not only of military personnel but also by civilians.
Badi Devkali Devi Temple– Devkali Devi Temple is a very old temple situated at Faizabad city. It is one of the ancient temples dedicated to Goddess Mahakali. Goddess Saraswati and Laxmi are also worshipped here
Choti Devkali– This temple is associated with several tales from the Ramayana and is situated near Naya Ghat. As per mythology, Mother Sita after her wedding with Lord Rama arrived in Ayodhya with an idol of goddess Girija Devi. King Dashrath got a beautiful temple constructed for the idol and Mother Sita used to worship the Devi in the temple.
Ghanta Ghar Chowk- The central market of the city is called Faizabad Chowk. It is situated next to Ghanta Ghar. Different shops, selling from vegetables to utensils, numerous jewellery shops, … The Uttar Pradesh State Government considers this seed market as one of the most important agricultural products in the state
Company Garden Park- This garden, also known as Guptar Ghat garden, The garden opens for public from 5am-12noon & 4pm-9pm and can be accessed by boat from Guptar Ghat & by road from Cantonment side as well. Apart from green surroundings a temple of Mari Mata is also located inside the park
Bahu Begum Maqbara – The Bahu Begum’s Tomb, Faizabad is noted for the sheer architectural brilliance. The Bahu Begum’s Tomb in Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh stands firm since the year 1816. The Tomb of Bahu Begum in Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh in India rises up to a height of 42 meters. The tomb of Bahu Begum in Faizabad is built of white marble and looks great because of its white colour. From the top of the tomb of Bahu Begum in Faizabad, a beautiful view of the city can be seen.
Faizabad Museum- The Faizabad Museum, Faizabad is one of the chief Tourist Attractions in Faizabad and is 125 kilometres away form Lucknow. Faizabad Museum is a unique museum in itself. It is situated in Guptar Park, which itself is located near the Guptar Ghat.
Moti Mahal- Moti Mahal is also called as Pearl Palace・. It was the residence of Bahu Begum the beautiful pet spouse of Shuja-ud-daulah, the then Nawab in 1743. This palace may be cited as an illustration as one of the significant specimens of Mughal Architecture.
Botany Museum- The Botany Museum in Faizabad, India, is one of the Museums in Faizabad, which have compelled the inclusion of the small town in Uttar Pradesh, into Uttar Pradesh Travel Guide. The Faizabad Botany Museum is a part of KS Saket Mahavidyalay in Faizabad.
Geograpy Museum- The Geography Museum in Faizabad, India, is located in the small and beautiful town of Faizabad in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The Geography Museum, Faizabad belongs to the renowned educational institution of this part of the world, by the name of KS Saket Mahavidyalay
Ayodhya- Ayodhya also known as Saketa, is an ancient city of India, believed to be the birthplace of Rama and setting of the epic Ramayana. It is adjacent to Faizabad city in the central region of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Gulab bari- Gulab Bari is an interesting tour spot for the tourists in Ayodhya. This is the tomb of the Nawab Shuja-ud-Daula. Gulab Bari means the Garden of roses・. One can see and enjoy the beautiful roses of many varieties here. Since the late Nawab was loving roses his tomb is decorated and surrounded by roses of different. categories
Ramkot – The chief place of worship in Ayodhya is the site of the ancient citadel of Ramkot which stands on an elevated ground in the western part of the city. Although visited by pilgrims throughout the year, this sacred place attracts devotees from all over India and abroad, on Ram Navami・, the day of Lord birth, which is celebrated with great pomp and show, in the Hindu month of Chaitra (March-April)
Ram Janam Bhumi- The Ram Janmabhoomi Temple is one of the major attractions of Ayodhya. It is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Ram the 7th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The place has an utmost significance for the devotees of Lord Rama. Visitors pour in from around the world to take a glimpse of this divine attraction
Babri Masjid- The Babri Masjid was a mosque in Ayodhya, India
Kanak Bhawan – Kanak Bhawan Temple in Ayodhya is dedicated to Lord Ram and his divine consort Goddess Sita. The magnificence of this place and the deities installed in the sanctum leave the devoteesspell bound. Built more as a sprawling palace rather than a shrine, the Kanak Bhawan Temple resembles the magnificent palaces of Bundelkhand and Rajasthan region of India
Hanuman Garhi – Hanuman Garhi is one of the most popular temples in the region.Legend has it that Lord Hanuman used to live here to protect Ayodhya. The main temple houses a statue of Mata Anjani and Bal Hanuman seated on her lap
Mani Parvat –This is the place where some parts of sanjivni Booti fell off while Lord Hanuman was carrying the huge mountain of Sanjivni Booti to Lanka to save injured Lakshman, brother of Lord Rama.
Nageshwarnath Temple – The temple is dedicated to Lord Shri Nageshwar Nath, the presiding deity ofAyodhya. It is believed that this beautiful temple was built by Lord Rama’s son King Kusha. The Shivalinga present in the temple is quite ancient. As per folklore, King Kush was taking bath near River Saryu when his armletfell in the water; it was picked up by a naagkanya who was in love with him.
Tulsi Smarak Bhawan – Tusli Smarak Bhawan was constructed in memory of 16th-century poet-philosopher Goswami Tulsidas Ji. Best remembered for authoring the Ramcharitmanas in Awadhi language, he is popularly believed to have also composed Hanuman Chalisa
Gurudwaras- Gurudwara shri govind singh ji is situated in the ayodhya.this gurudwara is on the bank of sarayu river and also famous as ghaghra.It’s a place of workship for sikh.
Ram katha Museum- The Ram Katha Sanghrahalaya museum is an added addition in this Bhavan. Every evening except Monday, the museum hosts free performances of the Ram Lila ・ a dramatic re-enactment of the battle between Lord Ram and Ravan, as described in the Hindu epic the Ramayana ・ at Tulsi Smarg Bhawan, a nearby park, from 6pm to 9pm
Sumantanath- Said to be the stronghold of the Suryavansh dynasty the ancient city of Ayodhya lies on the banks of River Saryu in Uttar Pradesh. It earns much of its claim to fame for being the birthplace of Lord Rama. References of it can be found even in the Vedas and early texts of Buddhism. Five of the twenty four tirthankaras were born here. Therefore the city also bears special significance for Jains
Treta ke Thakur- Treta ke Thakur Temple is located at the Naya Ghat of Ayodhya. It is dedicated to Lord Rama, who is known as ‘Treta ke Thakur’. It is believed that this temple has been built over the place where Lord Rama had performed the Ashvamedha Yajna.
Valmiki Ramayan Bhawan-This bhawan (building) is famous for the Valmiki Ramayana which has been engraved beautifully on marble. Devotees visit here from sunrise to sunset.
Nandigram (Bharat Kund)- This is believed to be the site where Bharat, the brother of Lord Rama did tapasya (deep meditation) for his return from exile and ruled the kingdom of Kosala on Lord Rama’s behalf. People also come here to perform the shraddh ceremony (prayers for departed ones) and also take a dip in the Kund
Ram ki Paidi/ Saryu River – Ram ki Paidi is a series of ghats on the bank of River Saryu. The river front brings forth an outstanding Landscape especially in floodlit night. These serve as platforms to devotees who it is said, come to wash away their sins by taking a dip in the rive
Shish Mahal- This magnificent temple, is dedicated to Lord Rama and Mother Sita. The temple is inlaid with cut-glass and stained inexquisite patterns.
Tulsi Udyan- Tulsi Udyan is a garden dedicated to Goswami Tulsidas Ji. Located on the national highway of Faizabad the garden was previously known as Victoria Park and had an idol of Queen Victoria at the centre
Dasrath Bhavan – Dasaratha Mahal is commonly known as Bada Asthan and Badi Jagah that is found in Ramkot Ayodhya in Faizabad of Uttar Pradesh state in India. It is in the heart of Ayodhya town, which was once upon a time capital of king Dasaratha the father of Lord Sri Rama. This was the palace where Sri Rama was born and spent his childhood days along with three brothers, laxman, Bharath and Shatrughna.
Kichhauchha Sharif –It is well known as the shrine of famous Sufi Saint Saiyad Makhdhum Shah Jahangir Asharfi. He was born in Semnan, Iran, and made a notable contribution to the advancement of the Chishti lineage in particular.The saint had travelled widely to spread the message of peace to the people. Ashrafpur Kichhauchha is a town in Ambedkar Nagar district with the nearest railway station at Akbarpur, about 25 km away