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With great religious value in the hearts of devotees, Rameshwaram is renowned as one of the pilgrim centers of India. Located in the district of Ramanathapuram in Tamil Nadu, the place is visited by a number of pilgrims throughout the year and is among the “Char Dham” pilgrimages in the country. Prominently known as the religious city, Rameshwaram’s architectural brilliance will captivate your attention. Besides the Rameshwaram Temple, the place is home to various other temples such as Agnitheertham, Gandamadana Parvatham, Dhanushkodi, and Kothandaraswamy Temple. The peace and tranquility of these temples will be a blissful experience for your soul.

One of the twelve Jyotirlinga Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple of Ramanathaswamy is an architectural excellence. According to mythological beliefs, the actual temple was built by Lord Rama himself, and therefore, has gained an esteemed position in Indian mythological reference. Another temple, called the Dhanushkodi Temple, was until a few years ago fully fledged. However, due to a natural calamity, the temple was completely washed away.

Another popular touristic spot is the Jada Tirtham which is known among the Hindu devotees for its sacred pond. Another interesting fact about the Jada Tirtham is that, it is believed to be the only place in India where Lord Kapardisvara is worshipped. Lakshmana Tirtham is another divine space close to Ramanathswamy Temple. The temple of Laxmana contains several instances of Ramayana engraved on its walls. Another quaint religious destination of Rameshwaram is Villondi Tirtham where Lord Rama dipped his bow into the seawater to quench his consort Sita’s thirst. There is a temple of Ekantha Ramar which is constructed on the same place where Lord Rama rested before launching attack on Lanka.
Aside from temples and religious sports, there are other sight-seeing options which are quite popular here. Glass boat ride at Pamban Bridge, Rameshwaram is another tourist attraction. With exotic fishes and marvelous corals to witness, the glass boat ride will be a worth it experience. Adam’s Bridge or Rama Setu is another beautiful site that should not be missed. This debatable historic bridge connects Rameshwaram island of India to the north-western coast of Sri Lanka. You can observe a chain of limestone shoals that starts from Dhanushkodi tip of India’s Pamban Island. Moving on to the next hotspot tourist destination is the Ariyaman Beach located on the side of Palk Bay in the district of Ramanathapuram. The beach is an ideal spot for picnics and short day trips. From adventure and water sports to activities like windsurfing, boating, and parasailing, this beach has a lot to offer. The Sea World Aquarium is another attraction you shouldn’t give a miss. It is home to a vast variety of sea creatures like octopus, snake fish, lion fish, rabbit fish, parrot fish, sea lizard, clown fish, crab, lobster, prawn, beach tamet, shark and many more. The aquatic beauty of this venue is a favourite among children as well as adults.

Blessed with a huge list of opulent tourist destinations, the wonderful city of Rameshwaram is surrounded by water from four sides and creates beautiful scenery in the backdrop.

How to Reach Rameshwaram by Air - The nearest airport to Rameshwaram is Madurai Airport. Buses, cabs and rented taxis can be taken from outside of the airport to reach the city and further more.

How to Reach Rameshwaram by Road - Regular bus services are provided by local transport association to various other cities and places. Rameshwaram can also be reached by car through different routes.

How to Reach Rameshwaram by Rail - Rameshwaram railway station is the medium through one can reach the city via the rail link.

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