Though famous for the Golden Temple, Amritsar also has a lesser-known temple dedicated to Lord Ram.
In addition to being known for the majestic Orchha Palace, this city in Madhya Pradesh is also home to an equally stunning Ram temple.
This Vishnu temple in the Kanchipuram district, houses a Sanctum Sanctorum depicting Lord Ram performing the last rites of the bird demigod Jatayu.
This temple depicts an event from the Skanda Purana, in which Lord Ram, with Lady Sita by his side, grants darshan to Parshuram.
This temple houses an idol of Lord Ram, that is believed to have been worshipped by Lord Krishna, and was also recently visited by PM Narendra Modi.
It is believed that after defeating the demon king Ravana, Lord Ram and Lady Sita stopped in Maduranthakam, as they made their way back to Ayodhya.
This temple was built by former robbers, who later became devotees of Lord Ram, and abandoned a life of crime.