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MovingAway wrote a review Dec 2018
Mumbai, India16 contributions2 helpful votes
During the visit to Red Earth, they arranged a speed boat ride across the river where this Shiv temple stands. It is known to be built by Rishi Kapila and Shri Ram. The priest at the temple is a sincere devotee and explains the pooja and temple history with patience. If u are a Shiva Bhakt , U will find ur way to this temple.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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ankurmurarka wrote a review Nov 2018
Surat, India143 contributions37 helpful votes
No need to pay to pundits if you are not in hurry . Just pay 25 for kund water. However for sake of convenience if you do not have patience or time the you can hire bargain pundits standing outside counter say 100 per person for kund Snan. Otherwise one can take advantage of kund snan with other people going thru. No need to take special ticket if you do not find overflowing normal line .overflowing line means which even comes to road and out of Barack. No need to waste money on that. Keep one empty bottle while kund snan to get few drops from each kund and take home and sprinkle some waters on your other members who are not able to make visit. People advise not to wash your head unless you leave Rameshwaram . No camera is allowed however strict security is not there so one can hide mobile to take snaps.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Khyati wrote a review Aug 2018
Vapi, India543 contributions130 helpful votes
This small temple is of Lord Shiva ..it is near Irrupu falls.. located on one of the tributary of kaveri.. peaceful and nice place..
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Date of experience: February 2018
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EkMusafir wrote a review Apr 2018
Pune, India2,206 contributions397 helpful votes
This is a small temple located near Iruppu Falls in the south of Coorg (Karnataka), and should not be confused with the more famous Ramanathaswamy Temple situated on Rameswaram Island in the Bay of Bengal in South of Tamil Nadu. Many of the reviews below describe a large temple next to the sea. Well, that is the Ramanathasway Shiva Temple on Rameswaram Island, and this Rameshwara temple is a small Shiva Temple on the Lakshmana Tirtha River, which is a tributary of the Kaveri River and originates in the Brahmagiri Hills near the Iruppu Falls. We visited the Rameshwara Temple when we drove down to the Iruppu Falls near the Nagarhole National Park in Karnataka. It is a 50 km drive from Virajpet, Coorg, to the Iruppu Falls in the Brahmagiri Hills bordering the Wayanad district of Kerala. There is a parking lot where we parked our car, and had to pay an entry fee of Rs.50 to visit the Iruppu Falls (reviewed separately). However, you can pay your respects at the Rameshwara Temple before even entering the sanctuary for the falls. It is enclosed in a separate compound and you have to take off your footwear before entering. Legend has it that Ram and Lakshman passed along this way while searching for Sita. Lakshman, looking for water to drink, shot an arrow into the hills and a spring of water started flowing from where the arrow struck, thus forming the Lakshmana Tirtha River. Hence the Iruppu Falls is believed to possess the power to cleanse sins, and visited by many devotees on Shivaratri day.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Sanjeev N wrote a review Jan 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates5 contributions1 helpful vote
Amazing architectural history,a must visit temple. The temple has the longest corridors built with sandstones pillar, around 6-7 pm is the best time for darshan you will find less crowds during this time
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Date of experience: January 2018
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