Ramanathaswamy Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to the god Shiva located on Rameswaram island in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The temple has the longest corridor among all Hindu temples in India. The temple is located in Rameswaram considered a holy pilgrimage site for Shaivites, Vaishnavites and Smarthas.
Ramanathaswamy Temple - 1.2 km
A famous picnic spot on the island, Dhanushkodi is also an important pilgrim spot on the Rameswaram Island. The name Dhanushkodi literally means the end of the bow and is spot where Lord Ram built the famous bridge with floating stones. The place is famous for the various migratory birds that flock here and its pristine views of the ocean.
Dhanushkodi - 20.6 km
Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge is also known as the Pamban Bridge. The bridge is designed in a shape of a bow which enables ships to pass beneath it. It is the second longest bridge in India, after the newly constructed Bandra-Worli sea link.
Annai Indira Gandhi Road Bridge - 12.8 km
The sandy shores of Rameswaram are one of the most holy places for the Hindu pilgrims. The Agnitheertham, are a collection of 22 such spots at the shores which the pilgrims bath in. according to Hindu mythology Lord Ram took a bath at the shores to absolve him from the sin of the killings in the war against Ravana.
Agnitheertham - 0.36 km
The Kothandaramaswamy Temple at Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu is a shrine dedicated to the Hindu deity Rama. The temple has the deities of Rama, Lakshmana, Sita, Hanuman and Vibhishana. The temple is surrounded by sea and remains a tourist attraction. It is easily accessible from Rameswaram.
Kothandaramaswamy Temple - 11.1 km
Ramar Patham temple Overview. About 20 km away from Dhanushkodi is the Ramar Patham Temple. The temple is believed to have foot prints of Lord Ram Himself, on a stone. It is believed that it is at this place, Lord Hanuman told Lord Ram that he had found Goddess Sita in Sri Lanka.
Ramarpatham - 2.8 km
Devipattinam (Navabashanam) is a coastal village. This small village has a temple dedicated to Devi. It is said to be the place where MAhishasura was slayed by Goddess Durga Devi.
Devipattinam - 67.1 km
Five Faced Hanuman Temple Overview. "This is a popular shrine in Rameswaram, located just a few kilometres away from the revered Ramanathaswamy Temple. It is dedicated to the Hindu deity Hanuman - the Monkey God. The shrine also houses statues of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita, which were installed here in 1964.
The Five-faced Hanuman Temple - 0.42 km
Ariyaman Beach is situated on the side of the Palk Bay in the Ramanathapuram District. The Ariyaman Beach also features children's park, watch tower and water-based attractions like wind surfing and water scooters. Tourists can also visit the aquarium and museum near the beach. This clean beach features large casuarina trees that provide shade for rest or picnic.
Ariyaman Beach - 27 km