A Ram Darbar coin is a type of coin that depicts the Hindu deity Lord Rama, who is considered to be an embodiment of righteousness and the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. The coin may also depict other deities from the Ramayana, such as Lord Sita, Lord Lakshman, and Lord Hanuman. Ram Darbar coins are often minted as collector’s items or as religious artifacts. They may be made of gold, silver, or other metals, and may be inscribed with symbols and inscriptions that are significant in Hinduism. These coins may be used as part of religious rituals or as decorative items in homes or temples.