We first started our day by seeking the blessings of God at the very famous Rameswaram temple. After visiting this famous temple, one can choose to take bath in the holy Rameswaram beach.
This is one of the very few temples in the history of India which is built in the Dravidian style architecture. Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple is famous for its collection of Lingas, which were made up of sand, salt, stone and other elements. This popular tourist attraction in Rameshwaram with the second largest pillared corridor in the world is one of the must visit tourist places in Rameshwaram.
The journey is fascinating as you’ll be travelling along a thin strip of land with sea on both sides. On the way to Dhanushkodi, you will see the beautiful bluish green Indian Ocean welcoming you at one side and the Bay of Bengal on the other side. I bet you cannot take your eyes off.
This place has a very interesting history on why it's called Dhanushkodi. You can Google it. The town was destroyed during the Rameswaram cyclone in 1964 and it's an abondoned town now.
After few distance of travelling with this mesmerising view on both sides, there is a point called Sangam. Sangam is where the Indian ocean and the Bay of Bengal meets!!
Few pics of Dhanushkodi: