Ram Katha Museum Ayodhya

Ram Katha Museum Ayodhya
Vital Information for Visitors

Ram Katha Sangrahalaya, Raj Sadan, Ayodhya, U.P.

Open & Close:

Open on all days except Monday


10:00 AM to 04:30 PM

Entry Fees:

No entry fee


2-3 hr


Vast collection of artefacts, terracotta, photos, paintings related to Lord Ram and Ayodhya

Ayodhya, one of the Saptpuris (सप्तपुरी) of ancient India and the birth place of Maryada Purushottam Lord Ram (मर्यादापुरुषोत्तम भगवान राम), is situated on the banks of the River Sarayu. Millions of people visit Ayodhya every year since time immemorial to soak in ethereal values and virtues of the life and times of Lord Ram. Since the last few years Ayodhya has been in the news for the Ram Mandir case. With the court’s approval of construction of Ram Mandir, it is becoming difficult for the devotees to hold back from visiting this town. The Ram Mandir is going to be the most iconic tourist spot of Ayodhya for sure.

Until the verdict from the Supreme Court of India was rolled out, the devotees used to reach the town to visit other spots associated with Lord Ram. Ram Janmabhoomi is the holiest place for the Hindu faithful in Ayodhya. Hanuman Garhi , Kanak Bhawan , Tulsi Smarak Bhawan, Nageshwarnath Temple , Gulab Bari, Bahu Begum ka Maqbara, Raja Mandir, Dashrath Bhawan, Moti Mahal and Mani Parbat are some of the other famous spots to explore in the town. Sita ki Rasoi is also one of the top spots that tourists make sure to visit. In addition to these historical monuments, another popular tourist attraction for the devotees is Ram Katha Museum. The Ram Katha Museum is also called as the Ram Katha Sangrahalaya (राम कथा संग्रहालय). This museum was established in 1988. Since its inception the museum has been immensely loved by the devotees.

The museum is home to a large and vivid collection of artefacts, pottery, terracotta, metal objects, textiles, innumerable photographs and beautiful paintings offering a soothing but deeper peep into the life of Lord Ram and existential evidences of the flourishing Ayodhya in the bygone era. The history lovers ensure to explore Ram Katha Museum to be apprised of historical facts, findings and a lot more related stories by dint of the arts and artefacts preserved here. Pottery and terracotta, having great historical and heritage value, are placed in the museum. Metal objects, sculptures and textiles also form a major part of the museum’s collection. The paintings and photographs are a galore and narrate the whole Ramayana. Even the minutest aspects of Lord Ram’s character have been depicted in them. Visiting this museum means exploring the rich depository from the Ramayana era. The collection of arts and artefacts in the museum is periodically updated, nicely preserved and regularly enhanced.

Another interesting fact about Ram Katha Museum is that it displays the belongings of Gumnami Baba also in a gallery. Gumnami Baba was, supposedly, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the freedom fighter and leader of Indian National Army.

Ram Katha Museum is located at Raj Sadan in Ayodhya. The museum remains open on all days except Monday for all the visitors. The timing of the museum is from morning to evening. The entry into the museum is free of cost. It takes about two hours to leisurely explore the museum.

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