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Chennai to Rameswaram - A Spiritual Odyssey Along the Coromandel Coast

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Frequently used route

Chennai – Villupuram – Chidambaram – Karaikudi – Rameswaram

570 km

12 hours


Enchanting Pit Stops

A historic 15th-century fortress

Ranjankudi Fort

A major Hindu temple with connections to the Ramayana

Adi Jagannatha Perumal Temple

Offers beautiful vistas of the Palar River

Palar River View Point

A beautiful dam and tourist attraction

Veedur Dam

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Known for its South Indian cuisine

Hotel Saravana Bhavan, Chennai

Offers authentic Tamil Nadu food.

A2B, Villupuram

Famous for its Chettinad cuisine

The Bangala, Karaikudi

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In Rameswaram's sacred embrace, where devotion takes flight, A town of pilgrimage, where faith shines bright. The Varanasi of the South, where souls unite, Here, find a blend of spirituality and coastal delight.

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Explore the historic and sacred temple

Ramanathaswamy Temple

Beach with Bay of Bengal on one side and Indian Ocean on the other

Dhanushkodi Beach

Famous for boating and water sports

Ariyaman Beach

Connects the mainland with Rameshwaram

Pamban Bridge

Connects Dhanushkodi to Mannar Island in Sri Lanka

Rama Setu

Places to visit in and around Rameswaram

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Shree Anandhaas – Known for its vegetarian dishes. The Royal Garden Restaurant – Offers a variety of cuisine. Abi's Seafood Restaurant – Famous for its seafood.

Places to eat in Rameswaram

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The ultimate pilgrim’s guide to 12 Jyotirlingas of India

Located on the sacred island of Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu, Rameshwar Jyotirlinga, also known as Ramanathaswamy Temple, is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of India and a key pilgrimage site in the Char Dham circuit for Hindus. Here’s an intriguing guide to the 12 Jyotirlingas of India, also referred to as Dwadasa Jyotirlingas, which stand as the most sanctified shrines in Hinduism.

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