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The Story of The Five Faced Hanuman Temple in Rameshwaram

The Story of The Five Faced Hanuman Temple in Rameshwaram

Rameshwaram, as a temple town and one of the post important pilgrim centres in India, is pretty famous for its temples and religious sites. From the world famous Ramanathaswamy Temple to lesser known temples like Gandamadana, it has many attraction for Hindu pilgrims. The Five faced Hanuman Temple (or Panchmukhi

Festivals of Rameshwaram: An Overview

Festivals of Rameshwaram: An Overview

Rameshwaram, being one of the most important pilgrimage centers in India, is also well known for the various Hindu festivals which are celebrated with enthusiasm. Almost all the festivals which are celebrated in Tamil Nadu are also celebrated in Rameshwaram. All the important festivals of Rameshwaram are celebrated with utmost

Visiting Rameshwaram Temple: Tips for Pilgrims

Visiting Rameshwaram Temple: Tips for Pilgrims

Rameshwaram Temple or Ramanathaswamy Temple is located on the Rameshwaram Island in Tamil Nadu. It is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is one of the Jyothirlinga temples of Lord Shiva, where the lord is worshipped in the form of a pillar of light. Rameshwaram temple has the longest

The Legend of Thilakeshwar Temple in Devipattinam

The Legend of Thilakeshwar Temple in Devipattinam

An important pilgrimage centre for Indians, Rameshwaram island, situated at the very tip of the Indian peninsula, was the place from where lord Rama built the bridge across the sea to rescue his wife Sita who had been abducted by Ravana the king of Lanka, besides performing the sacrifice to

Planning An Indian Pilgrimage: 10 Things To Keep In Mind

Planning An Indian Pilgrimage: 10 Things To Keep In Mind

India is a deeply spiritual land and its citizens are well known for their devotion. India is the birthplace of many of the world’s religions and hence boasts of an impressive number of pilgrimage or “tirtha” destinations. The journey to these religious sites is deeply rooted in tradition and the