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Rameshwaram Tourist attractions
One of the reasons for Rameshwaram's popularity is Ramanathaswamy Temple. It is not just a temple, but a landmark in the history of the city, and maybe this is why the temple is located right in the center of Rameshwaram. The temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and thousands of devotees pay a visit to the temple every year. The temple is also revered because it's one of the country's twelve Jyotirlingas. Lord Shiva is revered in the shape of a Jyotirlinga in these temples. Lord Shiva, in the A form of Jyotirlinga, is revered. In these shrines, his The statue is not worshipped. The temple has a very old history, but it is believed that the current The site tomb was constructed around the 12th century by the rulers of the Pandya dynasty. The temple's art and architecture are marvels in themselves. But, because of its religious significance in Hinduism, the main reason the temple is visited by lakhs of devotees each year is.
Bridge of Adam : The army of Vanars, or monkeys who helped Rama rescue Sita from Ravana, were also popularly known as Rama Setu or Rama's Bridge. The bridge is referred to in Ramayana as Setubandhanam. In fact, the bridge is a path made up of shoals of limestone stretching between the island of Pamban on the southeast coast of Tamil Nadu and the island Geologists have shown that the bridge was actually a walking route that linked India and Sri Lanka in the past. The sea now separating the two countries is known as the Sethusamudram or Bridge Sea. In Christian mythology, the Bridge is also referenced; Adam had crossed this bridge to reach the mountain (Adam's Peak in Sri Lanka) where he did his penance by standing for a thousand years on one foot. Hence, the name of the Bridge of Adam.
Theertham Agni : The first body of water is located outside the Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple premises. In contrast to the other theorems, which are tank-like and located within the temple itself, the tartan is located in one corner of the sea. According to legend, after killing King Ravana of Lanka, Lord Rama bathed in this part of the sea. While washing himself in the sea, Rama is also believed to have invoked the blessings of Lord Shiva. For having killed a Brahmin, he was seeking absolution.
Top most sightseeing places in Rameshwaram
Hanuman Temple Five-Faced : In Rameshwaram, the most popular temple after the Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple. In the temple, the idols of Lord Rama, his consort, Sita, and Hanuman were created. During the 1964 cyclone that destroyed much of Dhanushkodi village, these idols were brought from Dhanushkodi to this temple. Interestingly, their souls are believed to be inside their idols. This is one reason that devotees from all over the country frequently visit the temple.
Isle of Kurusadai : A paradise of marine species that are exotic and almost extinct. Either marine specialists or aquatic researchers are most of the people visiting the island who has a keen interest in studying and discovering more about marine life. The island, however, is also popular for its distinctive coral reefs among tourists. The island is approximately 7 km from Mandapam and is a pleasure to visit. In the Gulf of Mannar, one can spot dolphins and sea cows making merry.
Sanctuary Water Bird : As the sanctuary is visited by water birds every year between the months of October and January, Rameshwaram is a must-visit for all bird lovers. One can spot both native as well as migratory birds in the sanctuary. The native birds are found almost all year round and mainly come to the feeding sanctuary. The migratory birds come from European countries as well as Australia in large flocks to breed. The northeast monsoons, usually come along with them.
Blondie Tirtham : Blondie Tirtham is a beach which, among tourists is also considered a sacred natural water body and a favor. It also has an inland spring that makes the attraction unique and is often associated with the Ramayana legend. It is believed that to help his people with drinking water, Lord Rama shot an arrow to create this spring.
Best Places to visit in Rameshwaram
Ariyaman Playa : Ariyaman Beach, famous for its scenic beauty, is a long stretch of pristine white sand beach. For tourists, the clear waters and the gentle waves create an irresistible environment. Also known as Khushi Beach, the beach has adequate facilities for boating, swimming and water sports. Those who never wish to leave the beach can choose to stay by the seashore in one of the cottages.
Aquarium of the Sea World : The Sea World Aquarium is a popular attraction with a fantastic collection from the world of the sea. They have several aquatic species, such as the Shark, Rabbit Fish, Lobsters, and Octopus, that thrive in the oceans. They also sell items made of seashells that can be bought as memorabilia by tourists.
Jada Tirtham : In South India, where the god Kapardishvara is worshipped, Kaveri tiresome is the Holy Tirtha. Jada tiresome is a small temple that lies within Kaveri Tirtham and has its own mythological significance. The temple is constructed near the trunk of a large peepal tree and while they were in canvas, all the deities are supposed to have rested there. Perhaps small in construction, the temple is a great masterpiece of latticework and the craftsmanship is spectacular.
Morning Pick up from Bus Stop Point.
Then proceed towards Rameshwaram.
Hotel Check In.
Then proceed to visit Rameshwaram sightseeing such as Ramanathaswamy Temple, Pamban Bridge, Pamban Rail Bridge, Ramar Patham, 22 Well Theertham and Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
Then Proceed to visit Dhanushkodi sightseeing such as Dhanushkodi Temple, Dhanushkodi Beach, Ram Setu Adam's Bridge , Kothanda Ramar Temple.
Come back to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel.
After Refreshment and Breakfast.
Check out the hotel.
Then Proceed to visit Rameshwaram Sightseeing such as Ariyaman Beach, Sea World Aquarium, APJ Abdul Kalam House, Burial Place of APJ Abdul Kalam and Kalam National Memorial.
Finally drop at Bus Stop Point.
What 's Included
We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
( as per requirement )
From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
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(Bangalore to Bangalore Two way Bus Tickets)
( Rameshwaram to Rameshwaram All local vehicle transport.)
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Bangalore to Rameshwaram Tour Package By Bus 2N/3D