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The Bridge of Rama

First Online: March 23, 2008
Page Last Updated: November 13, 2014

The Bridge of Rama (a.k.a Rama Setu, Adam's Bridge) is the remnant of a bridge believed to have built by Lord Rama to bring his wife Sita back from Sri Lanka. The building of the bridge across the sea has been glorified in Indian art and literature for thousands of years. Here are some pictures.

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Monkeys Building a Bridge
Monkeys Building a Bridge

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The Bridging of Indian Ocean
The Bridging of Indian Ocean
Volunteer monkeys building a bridge to Sri Lanka

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Bridges of India
Bridge Over River KaliHanging Bridge Over SharavatiHanging Bridge Over Sharavati
Makeshift Bridge, North KanaraA Wooden Bridge Across the RiverRailway Tracks Over a Bridge
Monkeys Building a BridgeA Rope Bridge in the Himalayas

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