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Ksanyakumari TempleKanyakumari, also known as the Cape Comorin stands at the confluence of Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean, and the Bay of Bengal, is a prominent south Indian pilgrimage sight for worldwide devotees. The name of Kanyakumari is derived from two Hindi words 'Kanya' and 'Kumari' which means the 'virgin girl'. Kanya, the incarnation of Parvati and the presiding deity, is worshiped here after taking bathe in the sacred waters. The Kumari Amman temple, dedicated to Shiva’s wife, it is one of the few temples in the country to worship Trinity, Brahma, Vishnu, and Isvara together. Swami Vivekananda has done his divine meditation while sitting on rocks and thus erected the Vivekananda Rock Memorial in 1970.  Nature is at her magnificent best form in Kanyakumari, which facilitates worldwide traveler to make a cool tour to the place. With exceptional scenic beauty the place Kanya Kumari offers a large groups of temples to its visitors. The exotic sunset and sunrise over the waters is the ultimate charm of the place.

Prime Pilgrimage Attractions at Kanyakumari:

Temple of Goddess Bhagavathi: There are no other temples in India so picturesquely located as compared with the Goddess of Bhagavathi. The temple located at a very pleasant location i.e. at the confluence of three oceans. The temple is built by Pandyas and later modified by the Nayaks. The eastern gate of the temple is facing the Bay of Bengal, opened only five times in a year.

Thiruvalluvar Statue KanniyakumariKumari Amman Temple: Kumari Amman Temple is the prime Pilgrimage attraction of the Kanyakumari. This temple is adored to goddess Parvati, the virgin Kanya who made penance to attain the hand of Lord Shiva.

The Temple At Suchindram: The Temple At Suchindram locates at a distance of 13 kms from the Kanyakumari center. The unique devotion to the Trinity, Brahma, Vishnu and Isvara is accountable in making the place a world-class pilgrims destination. Sthanumalaya", the name of the Linga is divided into three parts as the top symbolizes Lord Shiva, the middle Lord Vishnu, and the base Lord Brahma.

Swami Vivekananda Rock Memorial: Swami Vivekananda has come to Kanyakumari to a rock on a pilgrimage swam and passed the entire night in deep meditation on December 25, 1892. To memorialize his visit at the rock a splendid memorial has been erected named Vivekananda Rock Memorial. It is a major pilgrimage attraction and capable in grabbing travelers from different regions of the world from several decades.

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