Rameshwaram Shopping



Rameshwaram Shopping is highlighted by the availability of wonderful handicraft items of the region. The markets in Rameshwaram are stuffed with these exotic decorative masterpieces which are very popular among the tourists, visiting this place throughout the year.

The numerous shops near the temples of Rameshwaram sell exquisite showpieces made of seashells, beads, palm leafs, etc. The Rameshwaram shops are the ideal destinations for shopaholics and fashion freaks. The Khadi crafts available in the shops in the city attract them. The women swear by the famous Rameshwaram Silk Sarees and do not miss the opportunity to buy a few for their near and dear ones.



Last Updated on : 17/06/2013





     


     

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