While the exact locations and the extent of his travels are subject to interpretation, here are 5 places that are traditionally associated with Lord Ram's travels.
Lord Ram's birthplace and the capital of his kingdom. Ayodhya is where his journey began, and it holds great religious and historical significance.
Bhadrachalam in Telangana, is closely associated with Lord Ram's life. It is believed to be the place where Lord Ram is said to have crossed the river Godavari during his exile.
Located near Nashik in Maharashtra, Panchavati is believed to be the forest where Lord Ram, Sita, and Lakshman lived during their exile.
Rameswaram, an island town in Tamil Nadu, is believed to be the place where Lord Ram built Rama Setu to reach Lanka (modern-day Sri Lanka) to rescue Sita from king Ravana.
Chitrakoot in Madhya Pradesh is a sacred place where Lord Ram, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman, is said to have spent a significant portion of his exile.