This princess of Ayodhya had married the king of Korea!


Ayodhya is considered a holy land because it is famous as the birthplace of Lord Rama. By the way, you will know about many things related to Ayodhya. But do you know that there was also a princess of Ayodhya who was married to the King of Korea?

However, you might find this thing a bit strange, but it is absolutely true. The Queen's name was Hsiao Hwang-oak, the Indian wife of King Kim Soo-Ro, the founder of the ancient Korean state factor. There is also a memorial to the Queen of Korea, who was once a princess here, on the banks of the Saryu River in Ayodhya.

In Ayodhya this princess is also known as Riratna. According to the history of Korea, Empress Hyo Hwang-oak i.e. Princess had gone from India to Kimhye town in Gyeongsang province, South Korea and stayed there. According to reports, every year hundreds of South Koreans visit Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama, to pay homage to their legendary queen Hsiao Hwang-oak.