Rameswaram Travel Guide

Rameswar / Rameswaram / Sriramalingeshwar Jyotirling / Rameswaram) is a famous pilgrim center for Hindus. This is one of the four dhams of Hindus. It is located in Ramnathapuram district of Tamil Nadu state. The island located in the Gulf of Mannar is a famous temple of God Ram. The temple of Shri Rameshwar ji is one thousand feet tall, six hundred and fifty feet wide and one hundred and twenty-five feet high. In this temple, a high statue of a higher Shiva ji is also established in the temple. In addition, there are many beautiful and beautiful Shiva statues in the temple. Nandi is also a huge and very attractive idol. There are also statues of Lord Shiva and Parvati, whose decoration is celebrated on the annual festival. On this occasion, the ride of Shiva and Parvati rides by sitting on gold and silver vehicles. On the annual festival, Rameswaram Jyotirlinga is embellished with silver tripund and white perfume to decorate, which gives a beautiful appearance of Linga. The special significance of taking part in Gangajal from Gangotri of Uttarakhand to Shri Rameswaram Jyotirlinga has been explained. If the Ganges water is not available near the pilgrim who travels to Shri Rameshwar, then the paddes of the people there give dakshina (like perfume bottle) to the Ganges water.

History of Rameswaram

It is said that at this place, Shri Ramchandraji had worshiped Shiva before Lanka's campaign and established his idol. In fact, this place is a confluence of the cultures of North and South India. The name of Rameswaram in the Puranas is Gandhamardan. Mannar Island is approximately 11 miles from north to south and about seven miles wide from east to west. On the east coast of the settlement, the temple of Rameswaram is about 900 feet long and 600 feet wide. It has four quarters of height, which is 22 feet high. There are three sides on one side and two towards the east. Gopur of the West is seven khana and is about a hundred feet high. The other goop is in a semi-constructed state and is no higher than the wall. The main temple of Rameswaram is 120 feet high. Within three entrances, one of Shiva's famous Dwashash Jyotirlinga is located here. On the idol Sheshnag is showing shadows with its foam. The grandeur of the temple of Rameswaram is due to the verandas of his thousand pillars. It is 4000 feet long. By seeing the continuous rows of these pillars, to the uninterrupted distance of approximately 690 ft, the gorgeous and unique sight of the eyes, which is knowledgeable, is unforgettable. According to Fergusson's scholar of Indian architecture, the art of Rameswaram-temple includes the best beauty of Dravidian style and its flaws. They say that the temple of Tanjore is not even more beautiful than the Rameswaram temple, and it is not even tithe with its magnificent vision, but it is more impressive than seeing it in full view. Lakshman Tirtha, Ramatirtha, Ramjharoka near Rameswaram (where the footprint of Sriram is worshiped), Sugriva etc. is a remarkable place. Mangalatirtha on four miles from Rameswaram and near it is the Beluni Tirtha. Just a short distance from Rameswaram is the Jata Tirtha called Kundavati, according to Kandvati, Ramchandra had cleared his hair after the war in Lanka. Rameswaram is probably mentioned in the name of 'Ramaparvat' in 'Mahabharata'.

An Insight into Rameswaram Tourism

Places to Visit in Rameswaram

Sakshi Vinayak - This temple is located two miles away on the Pamban road. It is said that Sriram had washed his hair here.

Sitakund - This Kund is located 5 miles from Rameswaram. There is a sweet water well on the beach.

Ekantram Temple - 4 miles from Rameswaram, this temple is stationary. Here Sivism is in the currency of conversation.

Amman Devi Temple - Two miles from Rameswaram is the temple of the Navanam Amman Devi. Here water comes from the reservoirs of Rameswaram.

Kodandaram Swami - It is 5 miles north of Ramesh on the beach. There are pedestrians on the sand plain. Here Shriram had made Tilak to Vibhishan.

Villurani pilgrimage - Freshwater fountain in the midst of the sea water near Tankchichtham station. This is a trunk. This shrine is available at the time of barges in the sea. When Sitaji was thirsty, Raghunathji pressed the earth with the bow of the bow, then the water came out.

Twenty four wells: Twenty-four wells have been constructed within the premises of Shri Rameshwar Mandir, which are called 'Shrines'. The special significance of bathing with their water is explained. The sweet water of these wells is also potable. There are many wells outside the temple, but the water of them all is saline. There is such a fame about the wells in the temple complex that these wells were made by Lord Shri Ram through his unmanned arrows. He had sacrificed water for many pilgrimages and left those wells, due to which the wells are still called pilgrimage. The names of some of them are: Ganga, Yamuna, Gaya, Conch, Chakra, Kumud etc. There are some other places of pilgrimage in Shri Rameshwaradham, whose names are - Ramitirtha, Amrutvatika, Hanuman Kunda, Brahma Ghanthan Tirtha, Vibhishan Tirtha, Madhvkunda, Sethamadhav, Nandikeshwar and Athalakshmandap etc.

Shraddha Shrine: Dhanushkoti is a place named after thirty kilometers from Shri Rameswaram. Due to the confluence of the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean, it is the law of doing paternal work as the Shraddhartha. Here is the prevalence of Mundana and Shraddha in Lakshman Teerth. This place is used after bathing in the ocean. Here is the name 'Ramjharokhi' on the Gandhamardan mountain. This Ram Jha has been told as the special glory (glory) of the sea and the sight of Shri Ramasetu. There are many pilgrimages in the middle of Shriram Setu, in which the names of the major pilgrimages are as follows: Chakratirtha, Vetalvarad, Paapvinashana, Sitasar, Mangal Tirtha, Amritvatika, Brahmakunda, Agastyatirtha, Jayateertha, Lakshmiteerth, Agnitirtha, Shuktirtha, Shivtirtha, Kotitirtha, Sadhyamritirtha, Manasatirtha etc. Lord Rameshwar Jyotirlinga has a special love for Gangotri Gangajal. This practice of Shiv devotees strengthens national integrity by traveling north and south India.

How to Reach Rameswaram

How to reach Rameswaram by Air: The closest airport to Rameswaram are at Madurai (149 km away) and Tuticorin (142 km away). These air terminals get ordinary flights from real urban areas in the nation. Autos and transports are accessible from these airport to Rameswaram.

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

How to reach Rameswaram by Road : Rameswaram is very much connected with different cities of the southern piece of the nation by street. Standard transport administrations, directed by state and neighborhood transport affiliations, are accessible to reach Rameswaram through different courses.

Best Time to Visit Rameswaram

To the extent the climate goes, Rameshwaram encounters tropical air which implies the however the seasons incredibly change, the temperatures may not. This makes Rameswaram a destination which can be visited lasting through the year. In any case, the best time to visit Rameswaram is from October to April. The Monsoons (July to September) are sticky with normal rainfalls, yet, the grand perspective on the seaside area amid these months is pleasant. Winters (November to February) are chill and temperature falls off to 17 degrees Celsius. This is the most charming season for touring and visiting neighborhoods.

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