Ram Mandir at Bishtupur in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand

Built in 1919, Ram Mandir at Bishtupur is one of oldest temples in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. The huge 2-acre temple campus has temples dedicated to Ram Parivar, Balaji and Radhakrishna. Andhra Bhakta Shree Ram Mandiram Trust maintains the temple.

In the Ram Mandir, murti of Bhagavan Sri Ram is flanked by Mata Sita and Lakshman and is placed on an elevated area. Hanuman murti is seen sitting below with folded hands and facing the devotees.

Murtis used during temple festivals and rituals can be seen in the sanctum.

The temple has subsidiary shrines dedicated to Ganesha, Goddess Durga, Goddess Kali, Hanuman, Mata Sita, Shiva, Balaji, Krishna and Radha. There is also a Navgraha temple in the complex.

Friday and Saturday attracts maximum crowd to the temple.

The temple observes all the important festivals in a Hindu Temple calendar.