The Rama Setu or Adams Bridge is one of the most intriguing mysteries which many people from across the world have tried to understand and solve.


This structure dates back thousands of years often making people wonder who or what could have made this marvelous bridge over the sea.

Followers of Hinduism believe that this bridge was constructed by Rama, an Indian Prince in exile, to save his wife Sita from Sri Lanka, where she was kept confined by Ravana.

If geologists and archeologists are to be believed the rocks of the bridge are over seven thousand years old, while the sandbar is about four thousand years old. This implies that the rocks were brought there from some other place.



It has been found that the bridge was walkable until the end of the 15th Century, and it was above sea level until a cyclone destroyed it in 1480.