#Mykindacity Pamban Bridge is a railway bridge which connects the town of Rameswaram on Pamban Island. It was inaugurated by former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on 2 October 1988. This 2.345 km long Bridge took close to 14 years to be completed.
The bridge came with a moment I have never ever wondered of; in my entire life! “ Oh my god”, “How I can be so lucky to see this”, “Is this real”, “How something can look like this" were a few statements that popped out of my mouth the moment I saw it. Blue never ending sea was just few meter away from my foot. I just can’t explain what my eyes witnessed, although I clicked a number of photographs. The scintillating combination of colors soothing my mind, taking away all the fatigue of this trip! Heavens know what I felt. I have visited more than 16-17 states but trust me I never encountered anything like this. I can fly back to Tamilnadu, just to see this bridge.
There is something magical around this place. It has to be the blueish green shade of the sea, the fresh air, the Sangam (meeting point of ocean and sea). It is much more than what I could describe. The last time I was there, I had a scintillating experience. I was there for a very short time, and hence vowed to return.
It won't fair to move for some other expedition without a stop on famous "Pamban Bridge" that connects the holy island to the mainland of India. Luckily we had the chance to see a train crossing the sea on 104 year old bridge.
So according to our plan we woke up early, boarded the train and after 3 hours the train was running on the Pamban Bridge and as far as your eyes can see you will only find blue and clear water. Rameswaram; a city that narrates the great tale of Ramayana with its culture and architecture.