It is the longest bridge in southern India. It connects Rameswaram Island to the main land. It's constructed over the bay. It is 7 km away from Rameshwaram and is also called the Pamban Bridge as it is located beside Pamban, the sacred place where Rama could quench the thirst of Sita by throwing an arrow in the place where they could actually retrieve cool water.
The construction of this bridge has left many engineers wondering as it stands tall and strong even today. The ships too can pass under the bridge and hence it is most convenient means of commutation.
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9 months ago by Arka Das
Just 15km from the main temple area. Take a bus or book any car or auto. Just do a research about the train timings crossing the bridge and be available much before the time with your camera. Besides the bridge, the fishing boats on the water looks damn beautiful.
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