Mani Parvat in Ayodhya is at a height of 65ft. It is believed to be a part of the hill of Sanjeevani booti that lord Hanuman carried. It is said that it was fallen from Hanuman when he was carrying the hill in his hand in order to heal Lakshman. It gives a great view of Ayodhya from atop the hill to the visitors. The view is mesmerizing for photo lovers. There are many shrines atop the hill for the visitors to worship.
BEST TIME TO VISIT AYODHYA
The average minimum and maximum temperature of Ayodhya is as given below. The best time to visit Ayodhya is also specified.