Ramayana Trail


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Popular Destinations in Ramayana Trail

Ayodhya, India

Janakpur, Nepal

Rameswaram, India

Sita Amman Temple, Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka

Good to know things about Ramayana Trail

Significant Locations

The trail passes through numerous major Ramayana locales, including Ayodhya, Lord Rama's birthplace; Janakpur, where Sita, Rama's wife, was born; and Rameswaram, where Rama is claimed to have built a bridge (Adam's Bridge or Rama's Bridge) to reach Lanka and save Sita.

Historical and Cultural Significance

For millions of people, the Ramayana is not only a religious and mythological epic, but it also has significant cultural and historical relevance. The Ramayana Trail is considered sacred, and pilgrims visit these sites to retrace Lord Rama's steps and enjoy the cultural heritage linked with the epic.

Sita Amman Temple in Sri Lanka

The Sita Amman Temple in Nuwara Eliya is a notable destination on Sri Lanka's Ramayana Trail. According to folklore, this temple marks the location where Sita was imprisoned by King Ravana. The temple is devoted to Sita and is an important pilgrimage spot for Ramayana devotees.

Adam's Bridge (Rama's Bridge)

Adam's Bridge is a network of limestone shoals that connects Pamban Island in India and Mannar Island in Sri Lanka. Rama and his army are reported to have created a bridge of floating stones to cross the ocean and reach Lanka in the Ramayana.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Ramayana Trail?
Ramayana Trail is an 11-day, 10-night pilgrimage tour that gives you an inside look at Lord Rama’s travels during his exile.
What is the time period of Ramayana?

Scholarly estimates range from the 7th to 4th centuries BCE for the earliest stage of the accessible text, with succeeding stages stretching up to the 3rd century CE. The oldest elements of the Ramayana, according to Robert P. Goldman, date from the early seventh century BCE.

Where is Lanka of Ramayana located?
According to some academics, it must have been Sri Lanka because it is stated in the 5th century Sri Lankan scripture Mahavamsa. The Ramayana, on the other hand, asserts unequivocally that Ravana’s Lanka was 100 Yojanas (approximately 1213 kilometres or 753.72 miles) from mainland India.
Which Ramayan mountain is in Sri Lanka?

Dolukanda is a well-known mountain range in Sri Lanka, best recognised for its close ties to the epic Ramayana.

What is the proof that Ramayana is real?

According to the Ramayana, in order for Lord Rama and his army to reach Lanka and rescue Sita, they built a bridge across the Setu Samudram. NASA released satellite images of the area in 2002, showing what appeared to be a man-made structure in the form of a bridge crossing the shoals in issue.

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