A few hutments and the ruins of a church are all that remain in this last strip of land along India’s southern coastline.
It is ironic that the name of a Lord associated with destruction means ‘one who is eternally pure’!
Until the Bandra Worli Sealink was built in 2010, the Pamban Bridge was India’s longest sea bridge spanning a stretch of 2 kilometres.
It’s always interesting when modern science clashes with long held beliefs. Could myths be true? Or, are they just a figment of our imaginations?