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    Rameswaram: Bridge of God.

    Rameswaram is an one of the bustling pilgrim centres present in the southern part of the Indian sub-continent. It is considered as one of the holiest places as it is considered as a masterpiece of Lord Rama to cross the sea in order to rescue his wife Sita from Ravana. It is an pleasant island which attracts tourists because of its ethnical value. There is a belief that if anyone drinks the Theertham (holy water) that is given over here, he or she will receive the blessings of God abundantly and the intentions of the people are fulfilled.

    There are several holy places such as Ramarpaadham Temple (place considered as comprising of the footsteps of Lord Rama), Lakshman Theertham (comprises of holy water of Rameswaram which is believed to have blessing powers ), Sita Kund (a pond which is named after Sita which is considered holy by the Hindus), Rameswaram TV Tower is the tallest tower in India, Floating Stones or the Hanuman Temple (is believed to comprise of the stones that Hanuman used to build the bridge), Ramanatha Swamy Temple occupies a major part of Rameswaram.

    Hence Rameswaram Island at the tip of South India attracts lot of pilgrims as well as tourists from every other place . Enjoy the places as well and receive the blessings which are abundant here.


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    Rameswaram is the closest point to reach Sri Lanka and geological evidence suggests that the Adam's bridge was a former land connection between India and Sri Lanka. The town is in news over alleged attack by Sri Lankan navy for alleged cross border activities by fishermen, Sethusamudram Shipping Canal Project, Kachchatheevu and Sri Lankan Tamil refugees.

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