Previously, the place was not well accessible by road before the construction of the Marine Drive Road. However, huge number of pilgrims flocked in the Ramachandi temple during the month of Ashwin. Devotees offered ‘bali’ or sacrifice of animals to the deity to please her and prayed for the fulfilment of their desires.
An ancient legend can be heard surrounding the temple and its presiding deity, Goddess Ramachandi. The story emphasizes on the celestial power of the deity and how she saved the temple from the wrath of Kalapahad, a rebel Hindu Brahmin who later converted into Islam. Apart from the religious significance, the place also attracts travellers who wish to spend some time in the midst of nature. The beach near the temple is an ideal place for the picnickers. Experiencing the beautiful sunset can be fascinating at this place.