Temple and Vastu for temple construction
Temple helps you to revitalize your body and mind. You should visit the temple when you feel ill or upset. It helps you get cured by magical power. A temple built with rules and regulations mentioned in our scriptures like AGNI PURANA will be the most powerful. A temple built as per Vastu Shastra for temple construction is a pure source of positive energy which helps us to revitalize our mind and body by visiting it. Check some unique examples of the good structure of Hindu temple architecture which follow Vastu Shastra for construction Here is a list of 3 temples of Lord Rama you should visit in the year 2023.
Rama Navami is a great Hindu festival that celebrates the birth anniversary of the god Rama. This fortunate day falls in the ‘Shukla Paksha’ on the 9th day of the month of the Hindu calendar Chaitra, consistent with the calendar month of March/April. This year 2020 the great day and birth anniversary of god Rama is on 2nd April.
On the occasion of Rama Navami, here are the 3 most famous temples of Lord Rama in India:
Kalaram Temple, Maharashtra, and the interesting story of this temple
As the name recommends the foremost idol of Lord Rama is Black in Color. (Kala means Black colored). This temple is located in a place called Panchavati in the city of Nashik. This temple was constructed by Sardar Rangarao Odhekar. It is supposed that he had a dream that a sculpture of Lord Rama in Black color was lying in the Godavari River. Then, Odhekar took the sculpture from the river and built the temple. You can also get the same lord Rama sculpture in black stone by Indian sculpture artists.
Ram Mandir, Odisha
Ram Mandir is located in the heart of Bhuvaneshwar, Odisha. This temple houses beautiful images of Lord Rama, Lakshmana, and Goddess Sita. The high-rising peak of the main temple that is visible from many parts of the capital city is its main attraction.
Ram Raja Temple, Madhya Pradesh
This temple is located in a place called Orchha in Madhya Pradesh. In India, this city is the only temple where Lord Rama is adored as a King, and that too in a king’s palace. He graces His devotees by sitting in Padmasan with the left leg crossed over the right thigh. He also holds a sword in His right hand and a shield in the other.
Ramchaura Mandir in Indian state Bihar
This is a renowned Ram temple situated in the city of Hajipur, Bihar and it is supposed to have been in been since the era of Ramayana. Lord Rama is believed to have stayed in this place on His way to Janakpur and so His footprints are worshipped here.
Why were temples built?
According to the prehistoric mythological story, when somebody would unintentionally sin, they would do austerity and build a temple in demand to pacify the Gods and Goddesses; they would take direction from Lord Vishwakarma, who would help them construct the sacred temple.
The temple is constructed to attract optimistic energies toward our environment. If a temple is constructed according to the Vedic Vastu Shastra the temple influences positive energies.