The Gandamadana Parvatam is situated at a distance of 3 kilometers to the north of the temple of Rameshwaram. The Gandamadana Parvatam is a hill and is the highest spot in the island of Rameshwaram. On the Gandamadana Parvatam, there is a two-storeyed Mandapam.
In this Mandapam, Lord Rama’s feet or Padam is found as an impression on a chakra. Every year thousands of pilgrims gather in the island of Rameshwaram to worship the Gandamadana Parvatam. The Sukreevar Temple and the Theertham are located on the way to the Gandamadana Parvatam in Rameshwaram.