Dhanushkodi – No man’s land

This was a happy town before the cyclone consumed the entire place in 1964. No one has lived here ever since. Now it’s a tourist spot and there are small stalls selling refreshments. Its around 20 kms from Rameshwaram, and all that remains are the ruins of what existed when this was a happy place filled with life. 

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The route from Rameshwaram to Dhanushkodi

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Walking into no man’s land (Dhanushkodi)

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Stalls at Dhanushkodi facing the Bay of Bengal

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View from the Pamban Bridge, Rameshwaram

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The Pamban Railway bridge, Rameshwaram

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A statue near Dhanushkodi beach

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Ruins of a church at Dhanushkodi

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