Ram Raja Temple is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage built in untraditional manner than that of the traditional temple architecture. This interesting temple of Madhya Pradesh receives a large number of devotees throughout the year. The calm atmosphere here helps to find peace. In India, this temple is the only one where Lord Rama is worshipped as a king and that too in a palace. Police personnel give guard of honor which is much like a Royal King. The temple is located at a dustabce of 17 kms from Jhansi.

The architecture is not traditional temple architecture, rather it is a well-built palace having a nice interior decoration to observe.

The best season to visit Ram Raja Temple is the winter season. The temperature remains a lot more in the comfortable range. It is appropriate to visit in this season. From October, the cooler months start and it lasts till February and March. Summer here experience extreme hotness and it is quite exhausting. Thus, summer months are not suitable to visit here. People can come here during various occasions and festivals. At that time, they will find this place more interesting to watch. The vast arrangement for Puja will mesmerize the visitors. The beauty of the architecture of the palace like temple will also astonish. History lovers will be keen to experience this place as it is a unique example of temple in Indian history. Photography is prohibited in some parts of the temple. Though the overall view of the temple can be captured.

This temple follows a rigid timing schedule. From February to October, it is open during timings 8:00 AM - 10:30 PM. But, during Winter season, from October to February, it opens at 9 AM and closes at about 9:30 PM. Lord Rama is in Padmasan here but both legs are not crossed. Only left legs crosses over the right thigh. It is a myth that if people can spot the left foot of Lord Rama then wishes become true. Ram Navami is celebrated with great fevor here. Apart from this, Ganga Dussehra, Rath Yatra Vivah Panchami are the various events are celebrated here. The serene beauty of the temple and calm ambience here give inner peace to the people who come here.