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  • Ramanathaswamy Temple

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    The Ramanathaswamy Temple, which was built in the 17th century and is situated close to the sea on the eastern side of the island; this temple is famous for its 1200 gigantic granite columns.

    Ramanathaswamy Temple
  • Ramanathaswamy Temple

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    Major pilgrimage center for Hindus, both Shaivites and Vaishnavaites. It is here Lord Rama offered thanks to Siva. The main attraction of the town is the Ramanathaswamy Temple,which is one of the most important temples in southern India.

    Ramanathaswamy Temple
  • Majestic View of Pamban Rail Bridge

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    Pamban bridge is 3 kms long which connects the island of Rameshwaram Dhanuskodi to the mainland. This is the longest bridge in India and illustrates the marvel of the engineers.

    Majestic View of Pamban Rail Bridge
  • Pamban Bridge

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    This bridge allowed meter gauge trains to run over it since 1911. The Department of Railways has planned to run broad guage trains over it and the works are going on. One can have a beautiful view of the sea while crossing through this bridge.

    Pamban Bridge
  • Pamban Bridge

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    It connects the India main land with the rameshwaram island. The central part can lift vertically to allow large ships to pass through. The rail line has been recently upgraded to

    Pamban Bridge
  • Pamban Bridge

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    The Banares of the South, connected to the mainland by a bridge. The deity here constitutes one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of India.

    Pamban Bridge
  • Dhanushkodi aerial view

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    We started our visit with Dhanushkodi, some 20 KM from Rameshwaram, the ghost town which is situated in the South-East of Pamban.

    Dhanushkodi aerial view
  • Dhanushkodi aerial view

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    Dhanushkodi is a wonderful temple on the southern tip of India and it was completely washed away by the cyclone. The location of the place is wonderful and it being an island is covered by waters on all the four sides of it.

    Dhanushkodi aerial view
  • Dhanushkodi aerial view

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    It is located near the Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean on the other side. The seas are in the shape of bow and arrow when viewed from the top. The arrow head is considered to be a sacred place for worship by the Hindus and people from far and wide come there to offer sacred prayers to the deity.

    Dhanushkodi aerial view

 
 
 
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