This Temple is a sanctuary that is situated in Rameshwaram Island in an inlet of Bengal it is an old and vast sanctuary built by Lord Rama. It is this temple which was given birth by Devi Sita and is known to be a highly sacred place which makes it one of the most incredible places to visit in Rameshwaram.The Temple stands tall and grand with golden embellishments which shines bright in the magnificent sun of the South. Arulmigu Ramanathaswamy Temple has one of the most unique architecture in its exterior as well the interiors, with intricately carved stone pillars every step of the way and finely sculptured symbols of deities, it is full of wonders which can take an entire day to observe, which makes it a perfect place to visit in Rameshwaram in 1 day.Location: Ramanathapuram, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.Timing: 4:30 AM to 1:00AM/ 3:00PM to 8:30 PM (Monday to Sunday).Pricing: No Entry Fee.Best time to visit: October - April.
The heavenly land of Rameshwaram is inhabited around 64 Tirtham, which is found in and around the island. These tirthams have been said in ancient manuscripts written in “Devnagri” which are religious Hindu sacred writings. Most of them are related to the heavenly content of Ramayana.Tourists in Rameshwaram visit and bathe in this divine water to give penance for their past sins. Jada Theertham is one interesting theertham in Rameswaram. Jada Tirtham is found on the way to Dhanuskodi, which is another popular place to see in Rameshwaram.Location: Ramanathapuram, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.Timing: 6:00 AM to 11:00AM/ 4:00PM to 8:00OPM (Monday to Sunday).Best time to visit: Early mornings on Weekdays to avoid the rush.
At a distance of 2 km from Rameshwaram Railroad Station, Agnitheertham is said to be put where Rama revered Ruler Shiva to wash off his sins by defeating Ravana. It is one of the critical places to visit in Rameshwaram.This theertham is situated right on the shoreline with huge gate-like structures which invite the worshippers and tourists to dip themselves in the water to wash away one's sins.Agniteertham has one of the most beautiful views of the skyline and the horizon blending away far in the ocean, while hearing chants, sacred prayers and the fragrance of incense sticks, which makes it one of the most visited tourist places in Rameshwaram.Location: Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu.Timing: 5:00 AM to 6:00PM (Monday to Sunday).Pricing: No Entry Fee only 60 rupees Puja fee.Best time to visit: Early mornings on Weekdays to avoid the rush.
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