Hanuman Dham in Ramnagar

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Hanuman Dham

Hanuman Dham is situated in Ramnagar, in a serene and peaceful setting.
The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and is a must-see attraction in Ramnagar district.
Both the interior and exterior architecture of the temple are magnificent. Some of the most famous tourist spots you can visit near Hanuman Dham are Garjia Temple, Jim Corbett National Park, Jim Corbett Museum and Corbett Fall.
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.
The Hanuman Dham includes a seating room, meditation rooms, a disabled centre, and a magnificent Shri Hanuman temple.
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

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

Hanuman Dham Timings

Temple Timings    7 A.M to 8 P.M
Prayer Timings     6 P.M
Hanuman Dham in Ramnagar Video
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