Rama Shrine is a 6,406-foot (1,953 m)-elevation platform-summit located in the eastern Grand Canyon, in Coconino County of northern Arizona, United States. The Shrine is named for Rama, the Hindu god of chivalry and virtue. The landform is attached at the southeast to the Vishnu Temple massif, about 1.0 mile (1.6 km) distant. Rama Shrine is about 3.0 miles (4.8 km) southeast of the Cape Royal overlook, Walhalla Plateau (southeast Kaibab Plateau, North Rim). A twin landform occupies the southwest of Vishnu Temple, the Krishna Shrine. Rama Shrine towers about 4,000 feet (1,200 m) above the Colorado River, about 2.0 miles (3.2 km) southeast. Drainages to the Colorado are east and southeast; between the two Shrines, is the south Asbestos Canyon drainage.The Rama Shrine prominence is a rectangular platform of the Supai Group (unit 4 of 4), the cliff-former (and platform-former), hard Esplanade Sandstone. Remainder debris of very-shallow slopes of burnt-red Hermit Shale (a slope-former) cover the horizontal platform.
By prominence Rama Shrine is
# 89 out of 875 in Coconino County # 42 out of 280 in Grand Canyon National Park # 31 out of 203 in the Kaibab Plateau
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