Ram Mandir is a temple situated in Bokaro, Jharkhand. The temple is within city limits and is 10. 8 km away from the Bokaro station. Ram Mandir as the name suggests is dedicated to Lord Rama, the king of Ayodhya also known as the reincarnation of Vishnu and is one of the major Hindu pilgrimages in Bokaro. It was established in 1967-68 by Pt. Parma Nand Tripathi.

The chief deity of Ram Mandir is Lord Rama but it also has various smaller temples like Radha Krishna Mandir, Hanuman Mandir, Sheetla Mandir, Shiv Parivar Mandir, Durga Mandir, Kali Mandir and more within the campus. Regular daily pooja and aarti are offered to the deities. In addition to the temples, it also houses a holy library and a Rishi niwas. Ram Mandir is administered by Shree Ram Mandir Trust. The trust is known to dutifully conduct marriages for poor people every year at very affordable prices.

The temple celebrates a number of festivals, Basant-Panchami in Jan, Maha Shivratri, and Maghi Purnima in Feb, Ram Navami Brata and Holi in March, Bangla Navvarsh Arambh, Akshya Tritiya and Mesh Sankranti in April, Ganga Dashahara in May, Rath Yatra in June, Guru Purnima in July, Ganesh Puja,Viswakarma Puja,Radha Ashtami and Haritalika (Teej) in September, Durga Puja and Laksmi Puja in October, Hanuman Jayanti, Diwali and Bhratri-Dyutia in November and Ram Bibah Panchami in December. It is recommended to visit during sunset hours to get a beautiful environment and it takes 1-2 hours to explore the place.

Ram Mandir has a very aesthetic architecture, history, and customs that display the very essence of Jharkhand's culture. It is also very near to the oldest market of Bokaro, which is famous for its coffee house as well as samosa, chaat, batata pori, phucka and rolls. Travelers enjoy the food here. Ram Mandir, Bokaro can be visited during timings 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM.