Around 18 kms fromRameswaram, you will find a long beach called asDhanushkodi will make you feel as if you have reached the end of the world. The beach is a wonderful place to witness the quiet life near the sea. A normal walk will take you to the end of peninsula where you will find Adam’s Bridge, which is a chain of reefs, sandbanks and islets that almost connects Sri Lanka with India. According to popular belief, it is said that these are the stepping stones that were created by Lord Rama and his army which was led by Hanuman. It was created to reach to Lanka where Rama’s wife Sita was there. You can easily reach the place by taking a bus from the local bus stand. Then you will have to take a walk along the beach to reach the place.
Around 10 kms before Dhanushkodi, there is Kothandaraswamy Temple which is the only structure that has survived in the 1964 cyclone when rest of the village got destroyed. It is believed that Lord Rama conducted a prayer on this spot after killing Ravana as he was trying to overcome the guilt. Also, this is the point where Vibhishana, who was the brother of Ravana, surrendered himself to Rama. Thus, the place has a huge significance in terms of Hindu religion perspective. This place remain open all days of week at 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM and entry fee is free.