Ram Mandir is a Hindu temple that welcomes devotees of all faiths and religions around the world. Situated a short walking distance from the Dwarika’s Hotel, Ram Mandir is one of the only temples in Nepal that allows non-Hindus to enter the inner shrine area. The temple is built upon Shaligram (black-colored ammonoid fossil) with full-bodied idols of gods and goddesses, while the outer premises contain various artistic objects, including a famous idol of Lord Hanuman in the east of the temple. The temple is enlivened with devotees on the occasions of Ram Navami (the birth anniversary of Lord Ram) and Bivaha Panchami, (the day Lord Ram and Sita got married), where worshipers from different corners of the city come to offer their prayers.
If you are interested, we can arrange a tour of the temple and guide you as you visit the inner area of Ram Mandir. You can also participate in rituals performed by priests in Ram Mandir and attend the aarti, which is held from 5 a.m.–9 a.m. and from 5:30 p.m.–6 p.m.