Ayodhya has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Ramani's blog' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Ayodhya had the highest popularity figure in October, 2016.
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[...] when they left Indian shores because of a Tsunami,the same time when Satyavrata Manu left for Ayodhya. The above mentioned facts and Shiva presence from Saudi Arabia,Syria,Lebanon and the matching [...]
[...] ). He being forewarned of a Tsunami,moved to a high plateau in Madagascar and then moved to Ayodhya,where his son Ikshvaku founded the Ikshvaku Dynasty. No mention of Ganga at the corresponding [...]
[...] Manu,Satyavrata/ Vaivasvatha Manu was a Dravidian King, He meditated near Madagascar, He moved to Ayodhya in the north ,along with his son,who later founded the Ikshvaku Dynasty, Lord Rama refused to [...]
[...] here, for the public record. SUBHENDU PATHAK: A liberal party promising to build the temple in Ayodhya, and at the same time retaining all the liberal economic reforms in its manifesto, would, at [...]
[...] in Dravida Desa,areas south of Vindhya mountains, meditated near Madagascar and then left for Ayodhya with his son ,Ikshvaku, who founded the Ikshvaku,The solar dynasty to which Lord Rama belongs. [...]
[...] Ganga-Yamuna Doab (two waters, or two rivers) area engulfing large parts of Rohilkhand and Ayodhya, and the Delhi and Hissar divisions of the then-Punjab. Eastern part of the princely state of [...]
[...] Satyavrata Manu, also known as Vaivaswatha Manu was in the Dravida Desa before migrating to Ayodhya, where his son Ikshvaku founded a Dynasty of the same name,to which Rama belongs,the Solar [...]
[...] civil services exams? (c) Are you a lawyer? (d) Why are you reading this? (e) Is this book about Ayodhya? Interestingly the only time I have got such an interest in a book I was reading was while [...]
[...] 11pm and stays there at night. On 3rd of November, the journey starts at 6am and crossing Patna, Ayodhya, Lucknow and several other cities and towns, he reaches Kanpur at 8pm. But without resting, he [...]