About Rameshwaram

Rameswaram,is a town and a second grade municipality in the Ramanathapuram district in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located on Pamban Island separated from mainland India by the Pamban channel and is about 40 kilometres from Mannar Island, Sri Lanka. It is situated in the Gulf of Mannar, at the very tip of the Indian peninsula.Pamban Island, also known as Rameswaram Island, is connected to mainland India by the Pamban Bridge. Rameswaram is the terminus of the railway line from Chennai and Madurai. Together with Varanasi, it is considered to be one of the holiest places in India to Hindus, and part of the Char Dham pilgrimage.

It is said that this is the place from where the Hindu god Rama built a bridge across the sea to Lanka to rescue his wife Sita from her abductor Ravana. The Ramanathaswamy Temple, dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, is located at the centre of the town and is closely associated with Rama. The temple, along with the town, is considered a holy pilgrimage site for both Shaivas and Vaishnavas.

Rameswaram is the closest point from which to reach Sri Lanka from India, and geological evidence suggests that the Rama Sethu was a former land connection between India and Sri Lanka.The town has been in the news over the Sethusamudram Shipping Canal Project, Kachchatheevu, Sri Lankan Tamil refugees and capturing local fishermen for alleged cross-border activities by Sri Lankan Forces.Rameswaram is administered by a municipality established in 1994. The town covers an area of 53 km2 (20 sq mi) and had a population of 44,856 as of 2011. Tourism and fishery employ the majority of workforce in Rameswaram.

About Tenkasi

Tenkasi is one of the big municipalities in the Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu, India. Tenkasi, South Banaras is also famous for its temple. The story of its temple is narrated in an inscription on a four sided pillar set up in front of the gopuram. It is said that God Vishwanatha appeared in the dream of Arikeari Parakrama Pandyan who was living in the fort constructed by him at Vinthankottai which is in the east of Tenkasi the frequently visited Banaras to worship Lord Vishwanatha, and Lord ordered him to build a new temple at Tenkasi.The king started the work in 1446 A.D the central shrine, the Ardhamantapam and the Mahamantapam were finished and the God was established in this shrine. Ten years later the building of the nine stories Gopuram began and in six years it was completed. In the same year 1463 A. D the king died. The temple contains many Pandiya inscriptions of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is believed that if a person dies in Banaras he will attain salvation. But if a person born, lives and dies in Tenkasi he will get salvation was the verdict of many Puranas. Many festivals are conducted in this temple in a grand manner. In the months of Ani (June/July) Sangabhishekam is celebrated. In Avani (July/August) Float Festival is conducted and in the month of Purattasi (September / October) Navarathri festival takes place. Similarly Thirukkalyanam festival in Aypasi (October/November), Surasamharan festival and the Pandya King's great festival in Masi (February/March) are celebrated in grand scale. Thiruvathirai festival in Margali (December/January) is famous here. Thousands of pilgrims assemble in this temple to witness the cosmic dance of Lord Nataraja. During all these festivals Parakkirama Pandya's statute is honoured with poojas and sandal paste is applied to it and even today car festival is started by this king alone. This is the only temple where the founder of the temple is always honoured first. Tenkasi, located just 5 km from Courtallam is also a renowned cultural tourism centre.

Tenkasi is one of the big municipalities in the Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu, India. Tenkasi, South Banaras is also famous for its temple. The story of its temple is narrated in an inscription on a four sided pillar set up in front of the gopuram. It is said that God Vishwanatha appeared in the dream of Arikeari Parakrama Pandyan who was living in the fort constructed by him at Vinthankottai which is in the east of Tenkasi the frequently visited Banaras to worship Lord Vishwanatha, and Lord ordered him to build a new temple at Tenkasi.The king started the work in 1446 A.D the central shrine, the Ardhamantapam and the Mahamantapam were finished and the God was established in this shrine. Ten years later the building of the nine stories Gopuram began and in six years it was completed. In the same year 1463 A. D the king died. The temple contains many Pandiya inscriptions of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is believed that if a person dies in Banaras he will attain salvation. But if a person born, lives and dies in Tenkasi he will get salvation was the verdict of many Puranas. Many festivals are conducted in this temple in a grand manner. In the months of Ani (June/July) Sangabhishekam is celebrated. In Avani (July/August) Float Festival is conducted and in the month of Purattasi (September / October) Navarathri festival takes place. Similarly Thirukkalyanam festival in Aypasi (October/November), Surasamharan festival and the Pandya King's great festival in Masi (February/March) are celebrated in grand scale. Thiruvathirai festival in Margali (December/January) is famous here. Thousands of pilgrims assemble in this temple to witness the cosmic dance of Lord Nataraja. During all these festivals Parakkirama Pandya's statute is honoured with poojas and sandal paste is applied to it and even today car festival is started by this king alone. This is the only temple where the founder of the temple is always honoured first. Tenkasi, located just 5 km from Courtallam is also a renowned cultural tourism centre.

Rameshwaram to Tenkasi bus services

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Rameshwaram Boarding Points

  • Rameshwaram
  • Rameshwaram
  • Rameshwaram Bus Stand
  • uchipuli
  • uchipuli
  • uchipuli
  • Rameswaram
  • Aero Travels Busstand Rameswaram
  • Thangachimadam
  • Pamban
  • Mandapam
  • RAMESHWARAM(KPN)
  • Rameswaram van drop
  • Akkamadam
  • Peikarumbu
  • Thangachi Madam - Yogam Travels
  • Pamban - Milan Travels
  • Rameswaram Aero travels van pickup
  • Pamban van pickup
  • Rameswaram Bus Stand
  • Rameswaram Aero Travels Near Bus Stand Iyengar Bakery opp 8807922822
  • Rameswaram Bus Stand - 9489555178
  • Aero travels
  • Near Bus Stand
  • Mandabam(Rameswaram)

Tenkasi Droping Points

  • Puliyankudi
  • TENKASI *
  • Tenkasi Old Bus Stand
  • Senkottai
  • Senkottai
  • Old BusStand-VGV Travels
  • New BusStand
  • Sriamarnathtravels
  • MATTUTHAVANI
  • Kuthukal Valasai
  • Tenkasi (New Busstand)
  • Tenkasi (Old Busstand)
  • New Bus stand,Reliance Petrol Pump,Opp New Busstand^^Kallada Travels,New Bus Stand
  • Agasthya Travels,Near Pilayar Kovil 8754179097^^Agastya Travels,8754179097,3/1c Mela Masi Street N
  • ESI Hospital
  • Sulur Air Force
  • Bus stand
  • NEW BUS STAND OPPOSITE
  • Sulur Bus Stand
  • Hopes Kpt Travels
  • Gandhipuram Annapornahotel
  • Echanari
  • Kenathukadavu
  • Nataraj Petrol Bunk
  • HOPES
  • Pappanakayampalayam
  • Sundarapuram
  • Ramanathapuram
  • Sungam
  • P S G Tech
  • Singanallur
  • Hopes College
  • Ondipudur
  • Pappampatti Pirivu
  • Sulur
  • Aloft Hotel
  • PeelambeduPSG
  • Ondi Pudur
  • Singanallur Bus Stand Opp
  • Hopes Collage
  • Peelamedu
  • Gandhipuram
  • Palladam
  • Karanampettai
  • Sulur Air Port
  • Pondichery. New Busstand.(Van Drop)^^Pondichery(Van Drop)
  • Villupuram-Pondicherry (Van/Bus Connect)
  • Pallavaram Bus Stop
  • Thambaram Hindu Mission Hospitol No 2
  • Koyembedu Metrorailoffice

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