After a journey of approx. 4 hours, we reached Rameswaram. It seemed like an isolated island connected to the mainland by Pamban bridge. While crossing the bridge, we stopped for a moment to enjoy the sunset with lots of small boats on both sides of the bridge and the vast blue ocean around us. After a while, we went out to enquire about hotels for nightstay and chose one close to the temple and beach. The very next day, we woke up early and went to temple. Bought the tickets and stood in the queue. Sri Ramanathaswamy temple is one of the most sacred pilgrimage for Hindus. There are 22 holy wells(aka teertham) inside the temple to take bath and then go to Shiva's shivling darshan. The presiding deity, the Lingam of Ramanathaswamy (Shiva), is believed to have been established and worshiped by Rama, an avatar of the god Vishnu, to absolve the sins created during the Ramayana war at Sri Lanka. The temple has the longest corridor among all Hindu temples in India. After visiting the temple, we had our lunch and set out for some sightseeing. The first place was House of Kalam(Dr APJ Abdul Kalam). A nice tribute by converting his house into a museum/memorial. It showcases books, certificates, medals, his life works. Ground floor is house of Kalam Sir, First floor is an exhibition. On the second floor you will find souvenirs, sea shells, books etc. Very motivational and a must visit place.