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Ramanathaswamy Temple: A Visual Journey

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Historical Timeline of Ramanathaswamy Temple


Rameswaram Ramanathaswami The ancient temple in Rameswaram, the capital of Tamil Nadu, is a symbol of the beauty and culture of India. The mysterious beauty of this holy place and discover its spiritual treasures. Rameswaram Ramanaswamy Temple is Mahadev and is 12 Lord Shiva Jyotirlinga temples. Lord Rama and his wife Sita performed this ritual before traveling to Lanka to seek the blessings of Mahadev to save Sita from the hands of Ravana.

The Dravidian sculptures and architecture of this temple are very impressive the Rameshwaram Ramanathaswamy Temple is also a cultural heritage site. The temple was built in the twelfth century and has been renovated several times over the centuries. This temple itself has an amazing layout, spread over 15 hectares.

The temple has several mandapams (halls), including the famous Ā Theertham, and a sacred pond where pilgrims can wash their hands and legs before entering the main temple.

This temple is also famous isĀ  Maha Shivaratri, where devotees perform prayers, poojas, rituals, and rituals. The songs and chants of the Holy Spirit create spiritual images.

The city provides a variety of accommodations and facilities for expats and tourists. Exploring the nearby tourist spots like the Bridge and the beautiful Dhanushkodi Beach will add color to your visit to this divine place. Be enchanted by the divine aura, admire the architectural wonders, and experience the enduring traditions that have been preserved by mankind for centuries. Plan a trip to Rameswaram to explore the spiritual treasures of the symbol of purity and piety.

People from all over the world visit this temple as it is very beautiful and amazing. Here are some interesting facts you should know about this temple. This is one of his 275 Padar Petrasthalams in which his three most famous Nayanars (Savit saints) Appal, Sundarar, and Tirugnanasambandar celebrate music. This temple has the longest corridor of any Hindu temple in India. This temple is also one of his 12 Jyotirlinga temples and in the form of Jyotirlinga, which means ‘Moon Pillar’. The interior of a spacious structure with large colonnades atop a five-foot-high platform. The third western tunnel connects with the paved road leading to the Sethumadhava temple in the west, forming a unique block structure called Chokkattan Madapam. The outer tunnel is said to be the longest in the world, measuring 6.9 meters high, 400 feet east to west, andĀ  640 feet north to south, while the inner tunnel is 224 feet long.

Dress code: When visitingĀ  Rameshwaram temple, it is important to adhere to the temple’s dress code. Men are encouraged to wear a dhoti and shirt, pajamas, pants, and shirt. For women sarees, churidars, or ‘pavadai’ and half sarees are the recommended attire.

Please note that those wearing shorts, Bermuda shorts, jeans, or leggings will not be permitted. No matter if you are wearing a tank top and pants or a sari, you cannot enter the main hall if you are still wet. Therefore, we recommend that you bring an extra change of clothes after “Terta Nana”. Temples have a special place.

How to reach Rameshwaram

BY AIR: The fastest route airport is Madurai (163 km), which is well connected with various domestic and international airports.

BY Train: Rameswaram is connected by rail to other cities of South India including Chennai, Madurai, Coimbatore, Trichy, Tanjore and other major cities of South India.

BY Road:Rameshwaram is well connected to most of the cities in Tamil Nadu.