Agni Theertham Rameswaram
Rameshwaram, the holy space has many Agni Theerthams and temples. This pilgrimage holds a major place in the life of Hindu believers. It is considered auspicious to visit Rameshwaram during the new moon and full moon days. This theertham also has a place in the renowned Hindu texts including Skanda Purana, Narada Purana, and Sethu Purana. It is believed that Lord Rama took bath in this theertham after returning rescuing Sita. A visit to the Theertham is a special experience for believers.
Rameshwaram Agni Theertham is one of the most religious locations in South India. Agni is translated as Fire, while Theertham is translated as holy water in the Sanskrit language. The pilgrimage tourist destination is nestled at the eastern beach corner of the holy Sri Ramanthaswamy Temple. People flock to be part of the rituals and have the dip in the sea so that they will be free from their sins.
With regard to the timings to enter the Rameshwaram Agni Theertham area, you can enter the location between 5 am to 6 pm on any day and there is no entry fee. To reach Agni Theertham, you first need to reach Rameshwaram by road. It could be taxis, jeeps, buses and there are plenty of options for road transport and good lodging facilities on the way.
Once you reach Rameshwaram, you can also other places that have been loved by tourists like Villondi Theertham, the gorgeous beaches, the five-faced Hanuman temple, water Bird Sanctuary and lots more,