Adam's Bridge, otherwise called Rama's Bridge or Rama Setu is a chain of limestone reefs, between Pamban Island, otherwise called Rameswaram Island, off the south-eastern shoreline of Tamil Nadu, India, and Mannar Island, off the north-western bank of Sri Lanka. Geographical proof recommends that this bridge is a previous land association among India and Sri Lanka. The bridge is 30 km 20 mi long and isolates the Gulf of Mannar from the Palk Bay. Some of the sandbanks are dry and the ocean in the territory is extremely shallow. It was purportedly acceptable by walking up to the 15th century until the point that storms developed the channel, temple records appear to state that Adam's Bridge was totally above ocean level until the point when it broke in a typhoon in 1480.
The bridge begins as a chain of shores from the Dhanushkodi tip of India's Pamban Island and finishes at Sri Lanka's Mannar Island. Pamban Island is semi-associated with the Indian terrain by 2 km long Pamban Bridge. Mannar Island is associated with territory Sri Lanka by an interstate. The fringe among India and Sri Lanka is said to go crosswise over one of the reefs establishing one of the most limited land outskirts in the world. Ramasetu and neighboring territories like Rameswaram, Dhanushkodi, Devipattinam and Thirupullani are referenced with regards to different legends in Ramayana.