The Valmiki Ashram is a religious shrine dedicated to the memory of sage Valmiki, who penned the epic Ramayana. The whole building is in white – white cement and white marble – to symbolize peace. The gurus in the ashram preach the essence of the Ramayana.
Like other Valmiki asharams found in the rest of the country, this ashram too has a special flag, Nishan Sahib, and also the emblem – the bow and arrow depicting the disciples of Valmiki – Luv and Kush, who were the sons of Lord Rama. A daily ‘aarti’ is also held here.