Rameshwara Temple is located on the banks of the Tirtha River Laxman in the district of Coorg in Karnataka. This temple is small but beautifully carved. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and knows a huge crowd of devotees at Shivratri. The temple has a strong historical past dating back to the time of Ramayana. It is believed that he has the power to cleanse the sins of those who visit with faith. The Rameshwara Temple is an example of strong religious beliefs rooted in the beauty of the hills.

It is thought that Lord Rama, then in search of Sita, was crossing the Brahmagiri Hills when he asked Lakshman to fetch water from him, Laxman shot an arrow into the mountain from where a brook that flows under the name of tirtha Laxman. The stream flows behind the temple and the faithful bathe in the water. The shiva lingam established for the first time in this region is supposed to be preserved by Lord Ram himself. He also wanted to build a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in this region. Rameshwaram Temple has another shrine dedicated to Lord Rama, a prominent figure in the history of the temple. The temple falls on the way to Iruppu Falls or Nagarhole Falls.

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