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Dhanushkodi Town

This is a beautiful yet abandoned temple town which is situated on the southern most part of the town of Rameshwaram. This town was washed away completely during the cyclone in the year 1964 and thus was abandoned. Touristry is budding in this place but it is advised to visit this place during the daytime only. Though there are people who term this place as the 'Ghost Town', the main reason for the caution is the lack of communication facilities from here. The nearmost town is Rameshwaram but the both of these places have no railway links at all. It is either a local bus or a car that you have to opt for to come and go back from here. The main attractions of this town are the Rama Temple and the confluence site of the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal. Indian Ocean is known as Ratnakara and the Bay of Bengal as the Mahodadhi in the local language.
Anubhav Raikar
We went ahead to Rameswaram and then to Dhanushkodi
Vaisakh Somanath
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Dr. Shveata Misra
Arun K C
The Famous Pampan bridge ,the old town Rameswaram the birth place of APJ Abdul Kalam and the Dhanushkodi beach
MANOJ PRADHYUMNA
The place where the Rama Setu aka Adams Bridge was built.. Known for the crystal clear backwaters and the sea colour and almost white sand at the beach.