Located in Tamil Nadu's Kumbakonam, the Ramaswamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Ram. It's renowned for its exquisite sculptures depicting events from Ram's life.
In Madhya Pradesh's Orchha, the Ram Raja Mandir stands unique, worshipping Lord Ram as 'Raja' or king, a rare honor for the deity.
Situated in Jharkhand's Simdega, the Ramrekha Temple is revered for its association with Lord Ram, Laxman, and Sita during their exile.
In Kerala's Thrissur, the Vilwadrinatha Temple is known for its swayambhu (self-born) idols of Ram and Laxman, atop a 100-foot-high hill.
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple in Tamil Nadu is believed to be where Lord Ram prayed to absolve sins from his war against Ravana.
Built by Maharaja Gulab Singh in 1835 in Jammu, the Raghunath Temple is dedicated to Lord Ram, also known as Raghunath, an avatar of Vishnu.
These six temples, each with their unique history and significance, offer a glimpse into the diverse and rich cultural heritage centered around Lord Ram in India.