Kanyakumari- the tip of the Indian Peninsula is heaven’s creation with the unique natural beauty and the famous pilgrimage center for all…
Today in this post I am going to share my experience when I visited to Indian Peninsula – Kanyakumari. You know guys when I heard from my hubby that, my next visit in South India trip is Kanyakumari that time I was very excited. I always wished to see the world from the lands end that is end point of India.
I felt so great and wonderful when I visit this city. Here are my experiences:
Kanyakumari is bordered by Lakshdweep Island and has the blend of arts, culture and religion. The city’s beaches are unique and are also blessed where both sunrise and the sunset occurs. The various famous temples in this beautiful city of Kanyakumari are frequented visited by thousands of pilgrims, and the pristine beaches attract a huge no. of tourists every year.
Kanyakumari Temple is also referred to as Bhagvaty Amman Temple and is one of the 108 Shakti Peetha in Hindu mythology. The temple is one of the major Hindu temples across India and is mentioned in almost all the ancient Hindu scriptures. The temple is frequented by thousands of pilgrims each year and the temple’s architecture is also unique.
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Vivekananda Rock Memorial is one of the iconic monuments in Kanyakumari, the Vivekananda Rock Memorial is located 100 meters from the shore and is one of the major tourist attractions in Kanyakumari. The small rock island can be reached by a ferry and consists of two main structures. The Vivekananda Mandapam and the Shripada Mandapam are the two main complexes of the memorial and is frequented by thousands of tourists.
Suchindrum,11 kilometers from the city of Kanyakumari. The temples here are built in the distinctive Dravidian style and are adorned with massive gopurams which are a common characteristic of all the Dravidian temples. The highest gopuram is 134 feet high and the inside of the temples sport various exquisite rock cut pillars and gateways. Being an ancient temple town it is frequented by a huge number of pilgrims each year.
Padmanabhapuram Palace where the old granite fortress was the residence of the Travancore Rulers and was constructed around 1601 AD. The fort complex contains several important buildings like the King’s council Chamber, Thai Kottaram or the Mother’s palace and the Natakasala or the house of performances etc.
Kanyakumari city has humid climate and people of this city are very friendly by nature. I loved this city. I hope to visit this city again. Thank you, hotel Singaar International for making my stay comfortable. You can also see the beautiful sun rise from the terrace of this hotel.
Friends do comment below and let me know if you had visited any other places in Kanyakumari.