It’s Hoshang Shah’s tomb, not Rameshwaram Temple.

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Hosang Shah’s Tomb (81 pillars) vs Rameshwaram Temple. (1212 pillars).
This image has been viral for years, posted by many popular pages on facebook and tweeted
It’s merely photoshopped, copy, clean, paste in smaller size in middle. Done.
You can easily see the difference in pillars.
The image was loved and shared by thousands as the loved the lie as ole Indian Architecture.
You love it, you share it, to hell with the Truth.

Rameshwaram centre althought doesn’t meet in a dot but has 1212 pillars and is far more elegant and colorful.

Edited on 16th Jan 2018 –

Right one –


Wrong ones –




Lie: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1427954667238554&substory_index=0&id=166117880088912

Hosang Shah’s Tomb – http://www.gettyimages.com/photos/hoshang-shah’s-tomb
Rameshwaram Temple – http://tamilnadu-favtourism.blogspot.in/2016/08/ramanathaswamy-temple-rameswaram-temple_6.html


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2 thoughts on “It’s Hoshang Shah’s tomb, not Rameshwaram Temple.

  • Krishna

    It’s not Hoshang Shah’s tomb, it is A Dharmashala built of Hindu remains and in Hindu style runs along the west of the enclosure (tomb premises).
    Source: Dhar and Mandu by Major C.E. Luard, published in 1916, page 24
    **It has also been mentioned in The book Hindu Temples What Happened To Them (vol.1) by Sita Ram Goel that, The tomb was built on a Hindu site.
    **ASI also approve this as Dharmashala, there is a board on the ground beside the construction, it’s clearly written there.
    Please update your facts.

  • Sourabh Gupta

    As Krishna pointed out, look at the pillars though it is near Hoshang Tomb, it is Indigenous architecture and uses stone as material..it is not Islamic architecture. This much you can do by observation. What happened to the structure that was there before the tomb was built? Don’t be uber secular.

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