Kashmir to Kanyakumari .. It is often used for this country when it comes to representing the whole country. These areas, located on two ends of the country, are not only geographically but also in terms of tourism. Kanyakumari is often recognized as a religious place, but this city has been a symbol of art and culture besides faith. Located on the confluence of the three oceans of Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, this city is also called 'Alexandria of East'. Here is one of the most lavish attractions you can find among the vast ocean waves that spread far and wide, here is a view of the sunrise and sunset. Looking at the infinite nature of nature all around, it seems as if civilization was earlier started from here.
According to the belief, Kanyakumari Mata (Amman) temple is one of the chief Shaktipeeths of Goddess Adashakti. Located on the confluence of three seas, it is a small temple dedicated to Mother Parvati. People dive in 'Triveni Sangam' before entering the temple, which is located at a distance of 500 meters on the left side of the Triveni Temple. The eastern gateway of the temple is always kept closed because of the lights of the Goddess ornaments installed in the temple.
One of the biggest reasons for coming to Kanyakumari is that people come to see the most unique thing of nature. This unique thing is a look at the moon and the sun together. On the full moon day it is a sight to see once in a lifetime. In fact, the sun goes down in the west and the wonderful combination of seeing the rising moon is only found here. Depart this year on the evening of 31st December, and you can get the pleasure of visiting the New Year for the next day and you can get the pleasure of visiting the next day. Surely this view is so amazing that seeing it is a different kind of adventure. Due to being by the sea, the whole year is worth visiting Kanyakumari, but still it is best to go between October to March in terms of tourism.