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 symbolise 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 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.