Krishna’s temple at Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu, It is an ancient cave temple carved into the seabed off the coast of Rameswaram, in Tamil Nadu. Krishna is believed to have visited this place during his childhood with his foster father Nanda Baba. The rocks that support the ceiling of the cave are formed by a chain of six razor sharp stalactites and stalagmites that make up a natural bridge over which pilgrims can reach the sanctum sanctorum – where footprints of Krishna are said to be imprints on a rock. The site became famous due to these footprints being mistaken as dinosaurs and is considered sacred ever since.
Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu is one of the most feared and hated places for all fishermen. By the present day Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu has become a very famous pilgrim site for Hindus and is visited by numerous people to offer prayers to Lord Sri Krishna. However, it is said that this place is cursed by a dark force which causes great tragedies to occur round the year. Throughout its long history of destruction, Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu area has never been able to recover from those disasters. Dhanushkodi Rama Sethu point is a place where the tragedy is caused by a dark force.
Dhanushkodi Rama Sethu is one of the ancient pilgrimage sites which has been visited and worshiped by all the Puranas, Vedas and Ramayana and Mahabharata. It is believed that “7 secrets that experts of Dhanushkodi Rama Sethu Point Don’t Want You To Know” have been hidden in this place for centuries. Dhanushkodi Rama Sethu point is considered to be holy as it was used by Lord Sri Krishna during his visit to Lanka during Balarama charithra (an episode of Ramayana).
1. Ramayana’s Chronological Sequence
Ramayana’s Chronological Sequence is one of the greatest secrets that is hidden in Dhanushkodi Rama Sethu point. It is believed that, “Seven Secrets That Experts Of Dhanushkodi Rama Sethu Point Don’t Want You To Know” states that, during Lord Sri Rama’s sojourn into exile he visited a lot of holy places and in this way he reached to the end of India and finally reached to the Indian Ocean from where he started to search for his wife Sita who was kidnapped by Ravana. It is said that, in order to reach Lanka, Lord Sri Rama built a bridge out of stones on the sea. It is also believed that Rama Sethu is the same bridge which was built by Lord Sri Rama to reach Lanka.
2. Pandavas’ Pathway To Heaven
The secret of Pandavas pathway to heaven which lies at Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu point has been described as one of the greatest secrets ever known. According to the secret of Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu, Lord Sri Dhanushekhara was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu who was believed to be one of the seven great Mohinis. The secret states that the Pandavas were tremendously distressed when they lost their kingdom and became refugees in forests. It is said that, while they were in exile, Brahma came to them with a message from their mother Indra, an incarnation of goddess Parvati.
She had told them that they were destined to exit this world as Kshatriyas (warriors), but would attain heaven as Mohinis (devotees). The Pandavas were overjoyed at this revelation, but felt it was impossible. The secret describes that Lord Sri Dhanushekhara was astonished to see the devotion of the Pandavas and granted them the boon of being reborn in heaven as Mohinis, on the condition that they should not reveal their identities. According to the secret, Lord Sri Dhanushekhara is said to have told them to go visit Goddess Kali at Kashi.
3. Satya Yuga Avatar of Vishnu
The secret of Satya Yuga avatar of Vishnu which is said to be hidden at Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu point reveals the secret behind Lord Sri Hari’s two births – an avatar in Satya yuga and as Krishna in Dwapara yuga. According to this secret, Lord Sri Hari incarnated as the god Krishna during Dwapara yuga to protect all the seven sages and their families who were living in exile on an island called Garuda Purana. During his stay on earth, he made many friends and there was an incident when one of his best friends went missing and was never seen again.
4. Spring at Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu and Its Meaning
The secret of spring at Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu and its meaning is one of the greatest secrets known in Dhanushkodi- Rama Sethu by the present day believers. According to this secret, “Seven Secrets That Experts Of Dhanushkodi Rama Sethu Point Don’t Want You To Know” states that, during Lord Sri Krishna’s visit to Lanka, he was accompanied by the sage Narada. Narada took him to see a beautiful place surrounded by water on all four sides.