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The temple is a religious place and very much known among Hindus so cant review the god or temple 😀... but points about this place parking is not available nearby, there will be lot many people as you get down to guide and take you...More
Make it early to reach temple premises around 05:00 am in order to have MANI darshnam.
After that have bath in agnitheertham(Shant Samudram),directly take a ticket(₹25)for 22 wells theertham bath.
After bath in 22 wells,change your wet clothes and get ready for jyotirlinga darshnam from...More
A very big temple complex, we went there at 530 am and managed to see the jyothir lingam, unable to see the abhishekam. The temple is old,cobwebs can be seen in some places.
My father did tharpanam near the sea, place is dirty with cow...More
It is one of the jyothirlinga temple, you can visit in the evening to avoid rush. first take bath in agnitheertham and 22 wells before going for darshan. Please dont forget to change your dress after bath before going for darshan.
It was a very unplanned visit and after reading reviews of travellers, i was sceptical about gettingo fleeced by Panda's, who will approach and try to make quick buck. Infact its a very safe place and the Panda's were very helpful & guided people even...More
Overall worth a visit. Best to take an auto to the temple. Avoid taking your own vehicle as the area is very congested and parking is not available. Mobile phones have to be deposited and one can not carry any electronic items. Best to keep...More
I and my wife visited this heavenly place on earth called Ramanathaswamy Temple at Rameswaram. Its considered one of the 4 Dhams for Hindus. Though it was raining and the outer area a bit muddy, but the temple from inside was maintained well. The 22...More
Response from yaminisingla | Reviewed this property |
Rates are mentioned on the website. Also once you are done with bathing in the kinds and have changed the clothes. The pandit/agent will take you to the rate list board to do the rituals u want to do. You can pay then and... More
Rates are mentioned on the website. Also once you are done with bathing in the kinds and have changed the clothes. The pandit/agent will take you to the rate list board to do the rituals u want to do. You can pay then and there n do it.
We haven't booked anything such service online so can't comment
Response from rakeshMumbai_India | Reviewed this property |
On the rameshwaran temple website their is a detailed list of each and every type of pooja and abhishek with charges.Dont pay anything extra.Pl obtain receipt from counter for payment made.Buy offerings from outside.Their is... More
On the rameshwaran temple website their is a detailed list of each and every type of pooja and abhishek with charges.Dont pay anything extra.Pl obtain receipt from counter for payment made.Buy offerings from outside.Their is a lot of corruption in the temple so pl obtain receipts for any special pooja done by you as per temple rates.