We started our tour in Nagpur by visiting Sri Poddareshwar Ram Mandir, which we heard, was one of the most famous tourist spots in the city. The temple is quite famous because of its religious belief and draws a large number of followers every year. The temple was established way back in the year 1923 and had well-designed and sculpted exteriors as well as interiors. The temple was made up of sandstone and marbles and depicted one of the most famous designs during that era. I captured a few photographs with my newly purchased DSLR camera. During certain occasions, lots of religious activities are conducted every year. I learnt that during these times, people from different parts of the country visit the temple and pray to Lord Ram.
The place played an important role in the epic saga of Ramayana and due to this reason the temple was the centre of attraction for the followers of Hindu religion. Tourists from different parts came to visit this temple and enjoyed their stay in the premises. Since we reached the temple during one of the festive seasons, we got to experience a huge Mela, which was organized in the area surrounding the temple from where we purchased delicious food items and snacks. We saw a plenty of stalls that were put up around the temple and we bought some idols of Lord Rama and other Gods from these stalls. The temple was mainly based on the characters of Ramayana and was in close association with the Hindu religion.
After spending some quality time in Sri Poddareshwar Ram Mandir, Nagpur, we decided to move to our next destination. The temple was quite brilliant with its design and structure and for that reason it was considered to be one of the most famous tourist spots in the second capital of Maharashtra, Nagpur. I had always been fascinated by religious places and the calmness of the temple enchanted. It enabled me to forget all your tension and relax for some time. We could take Prasad at around 1 pm as we had booked our tickets for getting it at around 10 pm.