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3 Tips to Ensure a Comfortable Stay in Rameshwaram

There are plenty of reasons to visit Rameshwaram. It is not only a holy site for Hindus but offers plenty of reasons for nature and history lovers to visit this island city. If you are planning a visit to our town and need help to make your stay in Rameshwaram comfortable, read on: 1. When

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The Top 3 Things You Can Do in Rameshwaram

We all know Rameshwaram to be one of the char dhams, or four abodes that help one achieve salvation. But did you know its coastline is home to India’s largest biosphere reserve and home to rare marine species like the dugong? Or that it is one of the best places to go kayaking in India

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What to Know Before Making a Rameshwaram Hotel Booking?

Rameshwaram is a beautiful place that offers something for everyone – whether you’re a spiritual traveller seeking moksha or a wanderlust at heart seeking to explore the mysteries of Dhanushkodi and Adam’s Bridge, or a photographer looking to capture the majestic Pamban Bridge. But before rushing to make your Rameshwaram hotel booking, there are a

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3 Things to Remember When Booking Hotels in Rameshwaram Near Railway Station

Rameshwaram is a popular spiritual destination for Hindus and an important place of worship for pilgrims undertaking the Char Dham yatra. Besides the Ramanathaswamy Temple and the Kothandaramaswamy Temple, there are several other popular tourist attractions, viz. the Lakshmana Theertham, Villoondi Theertham, and Nambu Nayagiamman Temple. People also visit Rameshwaram to visit Dhanushkodi and Ramar

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How to Choose Budget Hotels in Rameshwaram? 3 Tips to Remember

Did you know districts with spiritual places welcome more tourists than those with hill stations and other attractions? Rameshwaram, for instance, attracts millions of tourists every year. In fact, it is believed that the Kashi pilgrimage is incomplete without a visit to the Ramanathaswamy Temple in Rameshwaram. While there are plenty of luxury accommodations, not

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Ram Setu

Don’t let the satellite images of a few kilometres of dotted corralled shoals fool you into believing that the Ram Setu is something frivolous. This shallow sea platform could be as old as 125,000 or 7,000 years old depending on who you trust. Also, depending on who you believe, the bridge could have been built

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