Hanuman Dham Ramnagar Complete Travel Guide

Hanuman Dham Ramnagar Complete Travel Guide

Hanuman Dham

Hanuman Dham is situated in Ramnagar, in a serene and peaceful setting.

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The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and is a must-see attraction in Ramnagar district.

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Both the interior and exterior architecture of the temple are magnificent. 

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The arched gateway to the temple, which depicts two fishes symbolising wealth and prosperity, is a well-known tourist attraction. It has a grand chhatri look to it, with ornate columns arranged in a hierarchical fashion.

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The Hanuman Dham includes a seating room, meditation rooms, a disabled centre, and a magnificent Shri Hanuman temple.

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The temple is located on a large plot of land, and there are many statues of Hindu Gods and Goddesses within; however, no photography is permitted inside the temple, as it is a sacred site where people come to worship, and there are several photographic alerts.

How to Reach Hanuman Dham

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Ramnagar is 7.5 kilometres away from Hanuman Dham. From Ramnagar, you can get taxi services and buses.

Hanuman Dham Timings

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Temple Timings    7 A.M to 8 P.M
Prayer Timings     6 P.M

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