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Amit Kumar

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17 reviewsPosted 2 years ago
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Rameshwaram, a place with good temples

Very nice place with religious beliefs and values and traditions. You can take a holy dip at sea and after that, there are twenty two holy wells inside the Temple, having medicinal importance. There is a belief that it has the power to cure all serious diseases. After that visit to lord Shiva Jyotirling make your offering. There are two Shivlingas, one Jyotirling and second one is believed to carried by Hanumanji and established by Sri Ram Ji. Another places are Gandhmadana parvat with lord Ram's footsteps, Laxman teertham, Dhanushkoti, Jatayu Temple. An excellent pace of worship.

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Amit Rao

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47 reviewsPosted 2 years ago
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There is more to Rameshwaram than the Temple alone

Rameshwaram... The holiest place in south India for all Hindus. Many people visit this place for performing the last rituals for the dead near ones. But it has a lot of place to visit other than the very existence of this place "THE SHIVA TEMPLE". There is Dhanushkodi, which is a lovely place to visit. All personal vehicles are allowed till a particular point, after that we have to go by a 4x4 Mahindra Van. There is no road for this van, it travels on the seabed, and the ride is the most thrilling one, as it feels like a roller coaster ride. The beach are fantastically clean, and the water is see through, not like the usual urban beaches, which has black colour water. The beach at Dhanushkodi is full of shells. If you are a collector of shells, this is the place for you. One more place to visit is the Holy Island Water Park 1/2 km from the temple. They have a decent stuff, for a new establishment. Water surfing, Kayak, underwater snorkelling, speed boats, and coral watching in sea. You can spend almost a day here. There are a lot of hotels in Rameshwaram, and food is not a big problem, Since I am a vegetarian, I did not find any problem finding food. There is not a big market here, but the visit to Mr. Abdul Kalams house is a must. They are the biggest sellers of handicrafts made of shells and other sea products. This place is well connected by Road and rail, I went with my extended family, so took a Van, which was fun. The bridge which connects Rameshwaram to the mainland, is a much hyped bridge. It is a simple bridge, which was constructed by the Britishers. The only attraction will be the opening of the rail track which is a very rare site. Best time will be in winter, but if you are planning for a summer visit, loads of sun lotion and sunglasses are a must.

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  • There is more to Rameshwaram than the Temple alone
  • There is more to Rameshwaram than the Temple alone