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Tulsi Samarak Bhavan

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A monument that gives a standing testimony to a great literary figure of yesteryears, Tulsi Smarak Bhavan houses the literary works Tulsidas. Mainly used for conducting religious discourses and prayer meetings, this building also acts as a cultural center where one can enjoy performing arts sessions by veteran artists.

What makes this unique institution so special is its Ramkatha Museum, which was established in the year 1988. It tries to highlight the historical perspective of Ayodhya by displaying the antiquities of Ramayana era. Artifacts on display would surely allure any visitor particularly the history buffs since almost all the things put on show are greatly related to the rich legacy of Ayodhya. Except on Monday this would be open to the public and the timings are set between 10.30 A.M to 4.30 P.M.
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Ayodhya - A spiritual heaven on earth

  by Akshay Balraj  on Apr 28, 2010
Ayodhya is a must see place for pilgrimage and history buffs. This is an important place for all the religions in India. So get packing!
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