Rameswaram Holidays From Bangalore,Mumbai,Delhi,Hyderabad.
Rameswaram Holidays From Bangalore,Mumbai,Delhi,Hyderabad with Affordable Package prices-Rameswaram is located on the Pamban Island seprated from mainland India by the Pamba Channel and is about 50 Kms from Mannar Island, Srilanka. Pamban Island is also known as Rameswaram Island. Togather with Kasi , it is considered to be one of the holiest places in India to Hindus and it is a bustling pilgrim centre. The places to see are the Rameswaram Temple, Ramarpadm(footsteps of† Lord Rama), Ramarpaadham Temple, Sitakund(pond named after Sita), Floating Stones(Hanuman Temple), SugreewarTheertham and corridor of thousand pillars.
Blessed with prominent temple sites and picturesque views, Rameswaram is a sea town situated in Ramnathapuram District in the southernmost part of India. This small island is connected to the mainland by a Road and Rail bridge.
Rameswaram holds immense historical and religious significance, as it finds elaborate mention in Hindu mythology as well. Due to its religious implication it is also called Varanasi of South. People with religious inclination, consider it a must to visit Rameswaram to get relieved of the sins and attain salvation. This is also believed to be a land where after defeating Ravana, Lord Rama performed a ritual to thank Lord Shiva.
Ramanathaswamy Temple is a magnificent temple located in the centre of the city, which holds immense significance for the Hindus. It is eminent for the 24 holy wells, present around the temple, which make it one of the most sacred places in the country. The amazing fact about these wells is that the water of each well is different, in terms of taste, temperature and healing properties. The three majestic corridors of the temple have massive pillars, with a third corridor being regarded as the longest in the world.
Kothandaramaswamy Temple is another prominent temple, situated in the Bay of Bengal on an island. The idols of Lord Rama, Hanuman, Sita and Lakshamana are situated in the temple. Five faced Hanuman Temple, located near the Ramanathaswamy Temple is another popular pilgrimage site, as this is the place where Hanuman is believed to have revealed his five facets.
The famous Adamís bridge, which according to the legends were built by Lord Rama and Hanuman, along with their army of monkeys, to rescue Sita from the captivity of Ravana, is also present here. It is a sea link made of sand and rock which is believed to connect India and Sri Lanka.
Owing to its ideal geographical location, Rameswaram has several magnificent sightseeing spots. Being engulfed by Arabian Sea, Rameswaram is blessed with picturesque beaches which are prominent for colourful coral reefs. Crystal clear water of the azure sea makes it ideal for enjoying various water sports. Tourists love to enjoy activities like swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving in the azure and the refreshing waters of the sea. Golden sand and magnificent views are best enjoyed while sunbathing on these majestic beaches. Apart from the beaches, there are many places prominent as ideal picnic destinations.
Rameswaram is a must visit place for every tourist, whether you are a nature lover, an adventure enthusiast or have a keen interest in history and religion.