is of recent additions to the temple city, commemorating the exact place, where
Mahakavi Tulasidas lived and composed his master pieces. The entire text of his
sacred epic is inscribed on the marble walls inside the temple. The vast
compound contains well laid out lawns and beautiful mandapas with several
deities beckoning attention. It also goes by the man of Surekha temple.
is dedicated to Hanuman and is frequented by locals. Whenever any problem
confronts them and assumes proportions defying any solution, they rush to this
sacred sport and offer prayers. It is surrounded by greenery and serves as a
park. Here according to belief Hanuman meditated and enjoyed celestial bliss.
Hence attraction. Very many shops and restaurants extant have converted it in a
picnic spot, as a matter of fact.
is very near to the station. It is a very big mandir housing a relief map of
India on the floor. Hundreds of places of religious and historical significance
are marked out on the colourful surface. A first of it kind in India drawing all
kinds of visitors. Neither the image, nor any design is seen, but the huge
relief map holds sway.