Welcome to Rameshwaram

About Rameshwaram

Rameshwaram is situated on a lovely island in the lower side of India. Famous for its grand prakaras with enormous designed columns on either side, the Ramanathaswamy temple houses are the longest hall on the planet. Agniteertham is acclaimed for its consecrated waters and Pilgrims perform poojas to pay tribute to their predecessors at this seashore. The Five-Colored Hanuman Temple holds the drifting stone which was utilized to fabricate the scaffold amongst India and Sri Lanka.

History

The historical backdrop of Rameswaram is based on the island, being a travel point to achieve Sri Lanka and the nearness of Ramanathaswamy sanctuary. Tevaram, the 7th– 8th century Tamil organizations on Shiva by the three unmistakable Nayanars to be specific Appar, Sundarar and Thirugnanasambandar. The Chola ruler Rajendra Chola I (1012 – 1040 CE) had a control of the town for a short period. The Jaffna kingdom (1215 – 1624 CE) had close associations with the island and guaranteed the title Setukavalan meaning overseers of the Rameswaram.

How to Reach Raameshwaram

By Road

Rameswaram is very much associated with different urban communities of the southern piece of the nation by street. General transport administrations, managed by state and nearby transport affiliations, are accessible to achieve Rameswaram through different courses.

By Train

Rameswaram is associated with significant urban areas in India by means of the Rameswaram railroad station. There are a few express and superfast trains to Rameswaram from other real urban communities in India.

By Air

The closest air terminals to Rameswaram, at Tuticorin (142 km away) and Madurai (149 km away). These airplane terminals get normal flights from real urban areas in the nation. Autos and transports are accessible from these airplane terminals to Rameswaram.

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