Well Spend Day at Rameswaram and Dhanushkodi

Tripoto
14th Aug 2019
Day 2

Rameswaram is located at the east part of Tamilnadu.  It's a beach which is located near to the Sri Lanka coast at Manner. 

After visiting Erwadi Durga, we took a train from ramnathapuram to rameswaram.  I heard about the pampan bridge as one of the thrilling railway lanes in India.  In fact,  in this travel I got the chance to see it and travel through Pampan railway bridge.  It was one of the unforgettable train journey, I ever had. 

At the same time, I was mesmerized and astonished thinking its architecture and beauty.  The bridge connects Rameswaram to the outer world of Tamilnadu.  It was built by Britishers for trade and commercial purposes.
I remembered the news during Tsunami 2014 where the bridge was completely destroyed by the waves.  Pampan bridge could be seen as a connector to Rameswaram to the outside world . Then,  we friends visited the APJ Abdul Kalam house now it's a museum and Kalam Centre.  Both places remembered us about the missile man of India and how Tamilnadu is respecting him.

A Old Fort on the way to Rameswaram seen during train from Ramnathapuram to Rameswaram

Photo of Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas

Me during the train

Photo of Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas

House of Kalam

Photo of Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas

Kalam Memorial

Photo of Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas

Then,  we visited Dhanushkodi,  the old ghost city.  It was a memorable experience going there.

Board at Dhanushkodi

Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas

At the Dhanushkodi beach

Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas

Ferries are common at Dhanushkodi

Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas

Dhanushkodi beach

Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas

Old Destroyed Church at Dhanushkodi

Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Muhammed Niyas
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