Rama's Bridge


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Ra·ma's Bridge

 (rä′məz)
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The Hindu scripture Ramayana says that Lord Rama built a bridge or causeway, called Ram Setu or 'Rama's bridge' between the mainland and Sri Lanka, in order to bring his army across.
The government in 2007 filed the affidavit as it defends its plan to build a canal through a bridge-like stretch of sandbanks and rocks between the Indian coast and Sri Lanka-a formation variously known as Adam's Bridge and Ram Sethu, or Rama's Bridge.
Many claim dredging the 167km channel would damage what they call Rama's Bridge, a chain of shoals and reefs between India and Sri Lanka.