Rameswaram Tourism & Travel Guide

Few can forget a train journey on the Pamban bridge, connecting Rameswaram island to the mainland....

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Rameswaram, is a very small town....

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This is one of the holiest Shiva Shrines and is the southernmost shrine out of the 12 lingams of outh India. This is near the Rameshwaram Sethu on the Pamban Island. This is the same place where Lord Rama is said to have performed sacrifice for Lord Shiva to seek salvation after having killed the Demon King Ramana. This is when Lord Rama sent Hanumana to bring an idol of Lord Shiva from Benaras but he did not come on time. So, Mother Sita made a lingam out of sand and this was known as the Ramalingam. This is the main idol in the Ramanathaswamy Temple. The Gandamadam or Hanumaneshwar idol is also inside one of the shrines and the Vishveshwar Linga which was brought down by Hanuman is also there. This lingam is worshipped even before the Ramalingam everyday. This temple is often compared with the Kashi or Benaras Vishveshwar Temple.
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One of the best hotels to stay in Rameshwaram, this is just minutes from the Rameshwaram Temple and also the beach. The Rameshwaram Temple being the most important attraction of this town is almost always crowded but in spite of being at such a close proximity to the temple, this hotel is in a peaceful location. The car parking is a problem but the staff are extremely helpful and courteous. The rooms are very comfortable and the facilities are standard enough. You get pretty decent food here too and thus you will not regret chosing this hotel at all.
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About Rameshwaram

An island in the Gulf of Mannar region, Rameshwaram is joined with the mainland with the help of the Pamban Beach. The main attraction here is the Rama Temple after the name of whom the place was named Rameshwaram. It is said that after slaying Ravana, Lord Rama came here to seek forgivance for his act of slaying Ravana. This is where the temple is built and the temple has 22 wells. The number defines the number of arrows in Rama's quiver. The temple is marked with huge pillars and magnificent corridors. The third corridor is said to be the longest in the world. The other attractions here are the beaches known as the Olaikoda, Dhanushkodi and the Pamban Beaches. The main activities you can enjoy here are scuba diving, migratory bird- watching. You can also enjoy conch collection and fishing here.

Best Time To Visit

Best time to visit Rameshwaram is from September to February


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