Kanyakumari is the geographic end from the Indian landmass and probably the most famous religious/spiritual destinations in south India with three oceans in its surroundings. Kanyakumari is a popular eat outside and visitor spot and a large number of people visit the place to see sunrise and sun. At the age of 14 I got the opportunity to visit this religious place.
It was almost 8PM when we come to Kanyakumari. After paying the fee we went to the beach stretch out of the street. Since it was dark, there is nothing to discover and forced back to the hotel we had booked. On the next day we decided to check out Thiruvanathapuram by walking for a few days and nights, and found which the city was refreshingly exciting. After a couple of days of query and rest, we headed to Kuttralam: The primary reason for the popularity of Kuttralam is the presence of the numerous natural waterfalls. In the short time i was visiting Kanyakumari, I actually met households, singles, foreign tourists coming from all different areas of the world. About mainland Kanyakumari there is also a collection of monuments and temples, like the Kumari Amman, or the Kanyakumari Temple, as well as the Gandhi Memorial service, where Gandhi's ashes were last viewed before all their immersion Mathoor Hanging Connect: A quest from Kanyakumari to Mathoor Hanging Link is adventurous and very thrilling. The beautiful location amidst miles, coconut tress and terme conseille fields enchants one and all It is supposed to be the best place to watch dawn! Other interesting attractions at the Kanyakumari beach are the Vivekananda rock and roll memorial, Mahatma Gandhi funeral, Thiruvalluvar Statue on the rock and roll, Kanyakumari Bhagavathy Amman brow, road area shopping and Tsunami funeral service. There are also many interesting top places to visit around Kanyakumari.
Overall, a pleasant day at Kanyakumari, though Some feel much 'spiritual' browsing Vivekananda rocks, but it was a soul improving experience viewing the sun!!