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The temple is built in the heart of Rameshwaram because it is not a simple temple but also a very important temple in the heart of Rameshwaram. The temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India.
Though the temple is an ancient history, the present design of the temple is believed to have been built by the Pandyas in the 12th century. Art and architecture are one of the wonders of the temple. That is why lakhs of devotees visit this religious temple throughout the year.
Adam Bridge, Rameshwaram
Rama built the Adam Bridge, or Rama Bridge, with monkeys or monkeys that helped save Sita from Ravana. In the Ramayana, the bridge was built between Pamban Island on the southeast coast of Tamil Nadu and the Mannar Islands in the northwest of Sri Lanka.
Geologists confirm that this bridge was a bridge that connects India and Sri Lanka and facilitates human walking. The sea area that separates the two countries is now called Sethu Samudram or Sea Bridge. It is said that Adam reached Sri Lanka using this bridge to reach the top of The Adam Peak in Sri Lanka and perform Thousand years of penance in Sri Lanka, and that is why it is called Adam bridge.
Pamban Bridge, Rameshwaram
The official name of the famous Pamban Bridge, which extends across the Palk Strait of Rameshwaram, is the official name of the Annai Indira Salai Bridge, the only bridge that connects Rameshwaram with the rest of the country. This is the first of the bridges built on the sea. The 2.3 km bridge is the second largest sea bridge in the country. It is built as part of the Southern Railway project. The bridge was started in 1887 and was completed in 1912.
While the bridge was being constructed, the workmen built the famous temple of Neil-Mandir, which has seven round edges, which stands out as evidence of the hard work of the builders, and the bridge is a discretion to cover the bridge.
Agni Theertham, Rameshwaram
The first spring outside the Sri Ramanathaswamy temple is Agni Theertham. While other theertha sits in the tanks and inside the temple, this unique spring is on one side of the sea .It is said in the Puranas that Lord Rama bathed in this part of the sea after killing Ravana and prayed for lord Shiva's blessings while bathing in the Tank. Lord Rama is also required to grant his salvation for the killing of a Brahmin. It is believed that bathing in this theertha will remove the sins committed on earth.
The tour to Rameshwaram begins only after bathing in this fire theertha and hence all those who come here are also taking bath in this spring. However, there are occasional questions about the health quality of the tank. The holy tourists want to take care of this religiously important water.
Sim’Dhanushkodi village on Rameshwaram Island (now growing as a city) is located on the eastern coast of the island on the southern coast of the island. It is located about 31 km from Talaimannar in Sri Lanka. According to the Puranas, Vibhishana, the younger brother of Ravana, asked Ramto break the Sethu Bridge. On that request, Lord Rama knocked on sethu with his bow or a tip of Dhanush.In fact, even today, the footprints of this bridge, built under the supervision of Lord Ram, can be seen at Dhanushkodi.
The bridge is still called the Ram Bridge. Since the water from Setu is considered to be very sacred, pilgrims take bath here before going to Rameshwaram. Similarly, it is believed that those who are on pilgrimage to Kasi should come to Rameshwaram and end their pilgrimage.
Panchamukha Hanuman Temple, Rameshwaram
The five-faced Hanuman temple is the most famous temple after the Sri Ramanathaswamy temple in Rameshwaram.The idols were brought to the place where the storm destroyed dhanushkodi village in 1964. It is believed that the souls of these gods are inside them. This is the reason why tourists from all over India visit the temple.Another important feature of this temple is the floating stone outside the temple. It is believed that the stone was part of a bridge built by Hanuman and other vanara soldiers to visit Sri Lanka where Ravana was living.
Jada Theertham, Rameshwaram:
Jada Theertham is 3.5 km from Rameshwaram on the Dhanushkodi route. Most tourists going to Dhanushkodi also take a bath in Theertha.The theertha, which is closely associated with Lord Rama, is said to have been standing on the way to Ayodhya to rescue Goddess Sita by killing Ravana.Lord Rama was healed by his jada and sabotage the sin of the Brahmana.
The temple is very small compared to the other temples around Rameshwaram. In fact, it is built in another theertham called Kaveri Theertham. Not only this, it is also considered to be the place where Jatayu, the king of birds was attacked and killed by Ravana.
Kodandarama Temple, Rameshwaram
The Kodandaramtemple at Rameshwaram is a sacred place where rama consoled The brother of Ravana and the king of Sri Lanka after the killing of Ravana.The temple was endangered when the Sethusamudram Ship Canal Project was launched but the changes in the schemes relieved the traditional temple from the danger of the temple, which is the livelihood of the fishermen and the local people who depend on tourism. The Kodandarama Temple is very interestingly linked to Calcutta. It is a fact that the Temple of Nathaswamy Rama temple, which is the protector of 31 temples in Rameshwaram, is a temple that is being looked after by the Bengali donor Ramkumar Pangur in 1976 and 1978.
Kanthamadana Parvatham, Rameshwaram
The Gandhamatana Parvatis is a small hill yelp north of the Ramanathaswamy temple. It is a walking place 3 km away and is the highest place in Rameshwaram. The temple is also built on the top of the hill called Rama Padam. Rama's foot is placed on a wheel in a two - Storey complex on the way to The Kantamadana Mountain.The island of Rameshwaram is a scenic and majestic island, and it is very pleasant to see the clear blue sea and the emerald green island around it.
Ariyaman Beach, Rameshwaram
Ariyaman Beach, located in a part of the Palk Strait, is a well-maintained and always clean beach for tourists. It is a frequent visit by the people of Rameshwaram, which is a popular destination for tourists. In fact, a large number of people from nearby districts also come to spend their weekends.Ariyaman Beach is a beautiful beach that is sparkling and quiet all day. The beach is a perfect place for a soft cold breeze all day long.The beach is 150 m wide and 2 km long.
Nambu Nayaki Amman Temple, Rameshwaram
Nambu Nayaki Amman Temple in Rameshwaram is a temple revered by the locals. The temple is located at a distance of 8 km from the main temple of Rameshwaram. The temple is easily accessible from Ramanathaswamy Temple on the way to Dhanushkodi. Thousands of devotees visit this temple for Lord Rama during the annual Dasara festival. Built in the 14th century, this temple was built by the locals of Ramanathapuram.
Ramalingavilasam Palace, Rameshwaram
Ramalinga Vilasam Palace was built between 1674 and 1710 when one of the famous kings of the Sethupathi dynasty ruled the Ramanathapuram area. It was in the largest Durbar Hall inside the palace that the king met his subjects and resolved their grievances. The apartments for the royal family on the way to Darbar are very magnificently built.
One of the famous kings of the Sethupathi dynasty, Kizhava Sethupathi, Ramanathapuram Ramanathapuram The murals on the walls of this palace depict the royal life of King Sethupathi's family. These murals also depict war scenes made with the Marathas. These murals also reflect the trade links between European merchants and treasurers. So these murals are important in the development of the arts.
Crucifixion Island, Rameshwaram
Crucifixion Island is an island of paradise for endangered species and endangered species. Most of the people who come to this island are experts in marine life or researchers of aquatic life who are serious observers of marine life and make discoveries. However, the island is also famous for its unique coral reefs. These mind-blowing islands,
Crucifixion Island is home to a number of rare species of living sponges, such as Balanoclosus, which are highly differentiated from the surrounding species. Another marine ecosystem of the island is the sponges found here. It will transform into an amoeba if any other creature comes near this sponge creature or if anyone thinks it could endanger it.
Crucifixion Island, Rameshwaram
Crucifixion Island is an island of paradise for endangered species and endangered species. Most of the people who come to this island are experts in marine life or researchers of aquatic life who are serious observers of marine life and make discoveries. However, the island is also famous for its unique coral reefs.
These mind-blowing islands are located at a distance of 7 km from the Mandapam Area. On this island you can see dolphins and seagulls enjoying life in the Gulf of Mannar.