Shravan Jhula Mela
Shravan Jhula Mela is one of the important fairs celebrates in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. This fair held in the month of Shravan (August) & keeps going until the end of the month. This Mela celebrates the energetic soul of the divinities.
Ayodhya is famous as the origin of Lord Rama. Spread with many incredible temples commits to the Lord. The Shravan Jhula Mela observes Lord Rama & his wife, Sita. Shravan or rain is the time when jhulas or swings swung from fresh, green trees for young girls & ladies to swing & sing. The fair is an acknowledgment of this perky soul. Amid this time symbols of Lord Rama, Sita & Lakshmana brought out & set on swings in temples. They took to the delightful Mani Parvat where different swings hung on trees for the divine beings. The symbols set on the swings & lovers permitted to shake the swing. The icons then took back to their particular temples.
How to Reach Ayodhya
By Air: The closest air terminal from the town of Ayodhya is in Lucknow. Lucknow airplane terminal is around 142 Km from the city. Lucknow being the capital of Uttar Pradesh. It all around associates with whatever remains of India through a scope of flights.
By Rail: Ayodhya railroad station is an important intersection in North India. It connects with Delhi, Gorakhpur, Kanpur, Lucknow, Varanasi, and Gonda. The railway station is around three kilometers far from the city center.
By Road: Ayodhya connects with other famous towns in Uttar Pradesh through a decent system of National Highways. Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation and also other private transports use transports to and from Ayodhya