Shri Ram Mandir
#10 of 11 Places to Visit in Somnath
Distance (From Somnath Railway Station): 2 Kms
Trip Duration (Including Travel): 30 Mins
Place Location: Near Triveni Sangam Ghat
Transportation Options: Walk/Trek
Travel Tips: None
At a distance of 1 km from Somnath Temple and 2 km from Somnath Railway Station, Shri Ram Temple is a Hindu temple built near Triveni Sangam Ghat in the temple town of Somnath. It is one of the splendid temples to visit in Somnath.
Shri Ram Mandir is dedicated to Lord Rama. The temple was built by Shree Somnath Trust in 2017. The temple is the newest addition to the array of religious places in and around Somnath. The temple is graceful and the sanctum has artistic idols of Lord Rama, Sita Devi and Lord Lakshmana. There are also two mini shrines dedicated to Lord Hanuman and Lord Ganesh beside the sanctum. All the idols are made of marble.
Built from Bansi Pahanpul pink stone, the mandir has two floors. It has auditorium and kirtan hall on the ground floor. It has also a theater with 260-280 chairs in which the life of Shri Ram will be presented on large screen. The gate of this temple is in shape of Shri Ram's dhanushya. One can get a glimpse of Somnath temple, Somnath coast, Trivei Sangam, Sun temple and Gita temples from the balcony of the temple.
One can also visit Shri Parshuram Temple within the complex of Ram Mandir. The main sanctorum has a black Parshuram idol holding an axe on his hand and is flanked by Kama and Kala on both sides. There are other shrines of Ganesh, Hanuman and Maa Renuka here.
Timings: 6 AM - 7 PM