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Sri Jadamaguda Theertha Easwarar Temple, Rameswaram 

Having a bath in the theertha and worshipping the Shivalingas in the temple reward the devotee with abundant blessings and relief from sins of even Brahmmahati dosha gravity.

Devotees pray to the Lingamurthys after a bath in the Jadamaguda theertha for relief from serious sins. Those suffering with confused or wavering mind unable to solve problems in their life and those seeking child boon pray to the Lord here.

It is said that Siddhas and angels are moving in the place, invisible to human eyes. Devotees arrange feeding here known as Van Bhojan and do meditation. The Lingamurthys directly listen to their grievances and address their problems directly, it is believed. Those coming to the place with a confused mind, go back with clarity and succeed in taking right decisions after worshipping in this temple.

Speciality of Sri Jadamaguda Theertha Easwarar Temple, Rameswaram

Bathing in all the Maga star days each month during the year in the Rameswaram Jadamaguda Theertham brings the devotee the benefit of such bathing in Mahamaha tank 12 times. (Mahamaham is a festival celebrated in Kumbakonam once in 12

Opening Timings

The temple is open from 6.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.

Festivals at Sri Jadamaguda Theertha Easwarar Temple, Rameswaram

  • Mahasivarathri and Masi Magam in February-March are the important festivals observed in the temple. The temple will be open these days from 6.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. to facilitate darshan for the devotees. Pujas are performed (Trikala Puja) thrice these days.

Address & Contact Details of Sri Jadamaguda Theertha Easwarar Temple, Rameswaram

Sri Jadamaguda Theertha Easwarar Temple, Rameswaram, Ramanathapuram district.

Phone Number: +91-4573-221 223, 221 241

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