Housing the world’s most sacred sand mound (a lingam said to have been created by Rama's wife Sita, so he could worship Shiva), this temple is one of India's holiest shrines. Dating mainly from the 16th to 18th cent…
Huge decorated chariots installed with idols of several deities, including Lord Ramanathaswamy and the goddess Parvathavardhini Ambal, are hauled through Rameswaram's streets in a pulsating parade.
Easily the smartest place in Rameswaram for a feed, the Daiwik's vegetarian restaurant offers an excellent multicuisine menu.
Celebrates the celestial marriage of Shiva and Parvati.
A busy joint for south Indian breakfasts and thalis.
An inexpensive vegetarian joint serving all-veg thali lunches (₹90), plus evening dosas and uttapams.