Rameshwaram to Uthirakosamangai



The presence of ancient Shiva Temple has made the Rameshwaram to Uthirakosamangai trip a favorite among the tours from Rameshwaram. Uthirakosamangai is almost 72 kilometers away from Rameshwaram. One can hire a car or avail the local to reach this place.

The Shiva Temple of Uthirakosamangai boasts of an exquisite emerald idol of the main deity. Apart from Shiva, Goddess Mangaleshwari is one of the worshiped deities in the temple. Uthirakosamangai witnesses the congregation of thousands of followers in the month of December during the Arudhra Festival in the city.



Last Updated on : 17/06/2013





     


     

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