Brief Outline: Absolute engineering marvel & these sickulars call it mythology, how strange!! Thanks to Dr. @Swamy39 to move SC and declaring it as a National Heritage site! Jai Shri Ram !
Facts Check: False
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See People Standing On #RamSethu in The Middle of Th e Sea 👇! Absolute engineering marvel & these sickulars call it mythology, how strange!! Thanks to Dr. @Swamy39 to move SC and declaring it as a National Heritage site! Jai Shri Ram !
See People Standing On #RamSethu in The Middle of Th e Sea 👇!— रवि रंजन (@RaviRanjanIn) October 3, 2018
Absolute engineering marvel & these sickulars call it mythology, how strange!! Thanks to Dr. @Swamy39 to move SC and declaring it as a National Heritage site!
Jai Shri Ram ! pic.twitter.com/30bnNGF9zS
Facts Check Analysis: The viral video shared widely on the social media including veteran actor Paresh Rawal is not from Ram Setu Bridge, a bridge which was built by Hindu deity Ram to go to Lanka and fight another deity Ravana.
In the short video of 2 minutes and 13 seconds, a water mark of the artist number and phone name as Abhilash Viswa can be seen. Abhilash Viswa from his facebook account clarified that video was shot at Ponnani beach in Malappuram district in Kerala.
നമ്മടെ പൊന്നാനിയുടെ വീഡിയോ
സോഷ്യൽ മീഡിയകളിൽ രാമസേതു ആണെന്നും പറഞ്ഞു കറങ്ങി നടക്കുന്നുണ്ട്...
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രണ്ട്, ദിവസമായിട്ട് കന്നഡ,തമിഴ്,തെലുങ്ക്, ഒക്കെ കൂടി അരച്ചു കലക്കി പറയേണ്ട അവസ്ഥ ആണ്....
ചില കോളുകൾ ജയ് ശ്രീരാം എന്നൊക്കെ പറഞ്ഞാണ് തുടങ്ങുന്നത്... ആര് ചെയ്ത പണി ആവോ.....
Aerial view Video posted by me on 15Th September in FB on sand accumulation in middle of sea in ponnani - Kerala has become viral in northern saying it’s the Ramsethu (bridge constructed by Vanaras for Lord Sreeram to reach Lanka to rescue Sita from Rakshasa Ravana).
The stretch in the video is not solid land, but sand bed. As reported by thenewsminute
The deluge that hit the state of Kerala last month has affected it in many ways, as we are discovering each day. In Ponnani beach in the northern district of Malappuram, a sandbed has formed right across the sea post the floods. The sandbed, which runs for nearly a kilometre into the sea, has been attracting scores of tourists, forcing the police to be on alert fearing safety issues.
The sandbed has formed following the deposits caused by the excess rain and the opening of the shutters of the Malampuzha dam and the Aliyar dam in neighbouring Tamil Nadu. The high tides and the oversetting of the banks of the Bharathapuzha river also seems to be the reason for the formation of the sandbed on the Ponnani cove.
So, while the video is true and from Kerala, but is shared with wrong information.
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