it is famous for its good-looking views of sunrise
and sunset over the waters. The multicolored sand is a exclusive
feature of the beach here.
Tourist Attractions in Kanyakumari
The Udayagiri Fort (34 km), built by King Marthanda
Varma (AD 1729-1758), has a foundry for casting guns. The king's
trusted European general De Lennoy's grave is located within
Kanyakumari temple is devoted to Parvati as Devi Kanya. The Hindu
Mythology has it that this was the place where the Virgin Goddess
did reparation to obtain the hand of Lord Shiva. There is one
downside about this temple that no one other than Hindus is allowed
Padmanabhapuram Palace (45 km) is a large manor of the
Travancore Kings. It is known for its fascinating natural splendor.
Tiruchendur (85 km) is the site of a good-looking temple devoted
to Lord Subramanya.
The structure has basics of Hindu, Islamic and Christian architecture.
Here the ashes of the Father of the Nation were kept until
they were immersed in the sea.
How to Reach
By Air: - The nearby airport is Thiruvanathapuram
which is 80 km away.
By Rail: - Kanyakumari is well linked by rail
services with all the major cities in India.
By Road :- Kanyakumari has a good road network
which connects it to the main cities and towns in South India
like Chennai, Bangalore, Madurai, Pondicherry, Trivandrum.
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