India’s important Pilgrim: Rameshwaram
Rameshwaram (spelled as Rameswaram too), is one of the most significant pilgrims and one of the Chaar Dhaam’s of Hinduism. Not just Pilgrims, it is equally cherished by the Nature lovers, due to pristine nature, crystal clear waters of Bay of Bengal and The Indian Ocean.
Rameswaram is at the Southernmost tip of the Indian peninsula, on Pamban Island and is the nearest way to reach SriLanka.
Mythological Importance of Rameshwaram:
In Indian Mythology, Rameshwaram, the holy town, was the one, where Lord Rama and the Vanara’s build the “Sethu” (bridge) of floating stones over the … Continue Reading