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Kanyakumari is a coastal town located in Tamilnadu. Bordered by the three seas – Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal and it is the southernmost tip of the Indian peninsula. Kanyakumari is also the only place in India where can observe the sunrise and sunset at the same beach. Apart from the unique phenomenon, Kanyakumari is a blend of beaches, temples, iconic monuments. Kanyakumari is also famous for its authentic South Indian cuisine. This town is full of shops selling all kinds of beautiful handicrafts. Objects made from shells dominate the souvenir stalls, wooden toys, metalwork, and lovely woven handloom saris those we can purchase from there. The town of rich cultural, religious, natural and historical beauty made this destination one among the best tourist spot.
Vivekananda Rock Memorial is on a small island off Kanyakumari. The ferry ride up to these rock islands is a thrilling journey and attracts a lot of nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. The rock memorial includes two main structures-the Vivekananda Mandapam and the Shripada Mandapam. The Shripada Mandapam has a study hall and a museum, where can explore Vivekananda's life and work in depth. It is the perfect spot to meditate and introspect. There is a 'Dhyana Mandapam' located beside to memorial which serves as the meditation hall for the visitors to meditate.
Thiruvalluvar statue is a 133-foot-tall statue of the famous ancient Tamil poet and philosopher Thiruvalluvar, located Just beside of Vivekananda Memorial. Thiruvalluvar was the author of a legendary work in the world of Literature, Tirukkural, and the classic Tamil text. The statue stands on a three-tier Atharapeedam which is further surrounded by 38 feet Alankara Peedam these all represent the virtue of thirukural. We can find Full of symbolism and cultural significance in this place, those who love to explore architectural and historical wonders this is the best place.
It is 50 feet cascading waterfall located 55 kilometres from the central city. This waterfall is a humanmade one, and the water collects in a quaint pool below which is an ideal place to play around, especially for children. For children, there is a park near the falls to play and have unlimited fun, and also there is a swimming pool. The entrance of this destination has a small temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. There has an option for a boat ride on the top of the fall in the tranquil waters of Thirparappu, which is a fantastic way to explore natural surroundings. This place more famous among nature photographers because it is an absolute blend of green surroundings wrapped in a thin blanket of mist.
Gandhi Mandapam is dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. His ashes were kept here before being scattered into the sea (Triveni Sangam). The memorial built to be similar to temples in Odisha. The design of Mandapam is such that at noon on October 2 (Mahatma Gandhi's birthday), the sun's ray's fall through a hole in the and onto the exact place where the ashes once kept in the urn. Inside the memorial visitors can experience lots of photographs of Gandhi, taken at different points in his life, and also his pictures with other famous personalities. This place is a fantastic option for people like patriots and followers of the Gandhian philosophy.
A wax museum consists of a collection of wax sculptures. It was the first wax museum to be opened in India;the museum houses all the essential figures of the Indian History as well as the world history in wax form. Here the place offers a chance to get clicked with the wax statues of famous worldly personalities. The multi-dimensional movies like 3D shows are the add-ons of this place. Wax museum consists of more realistic figures, and this place is a treasure trove not only for kids but also for all ages of people. The wax figures are real, and the Wax Museum is similar to the idea behind the creation of the renowned in London.
Kumari Amman Temple is one place in Kanyakumari with a lot of cultural significance. This magnificent temple situated on the shore Kanyakumari which is the confluence of Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, and the Bay of Bengal. Only Hindu religion can enter into the temple premises. The 3000-year-old Kumari` Amman Temple (also known as Arulmigu Bhagavathy Amman Temple) dedicated to the goddess Kanya Kumari. The panoramic statue of Amman Devi attracts pilgrims. This place is considered one of the most sacred pilgrim centres.
Vattakottai Fort is built in the 18th century, constructed for coastal defence built by Travancore kingdom. Vattakottai Fort has been declared as a protected site and come under the administration of Indian archaeological department. It is a circular-shaped fort made of granite blocks. Vattakottai Fort has a panoramic view of the Bay of Bengal Sea on one side and the other decorated with the majestic hills of the Western Ghats. Bright blue skies with fluffy clouds and plains of beaches with sparkling black sand make this place picture perfect and fantastic place for nature lovers.
It is a famous Catholic Church that is located in the Kanyakumari and was in dedication to Mother Mary during the 15th century. It is a fantastic example of Gothic architecture and looks breathtakingly beautiful against the blue lashing waves of the ocean behind it. The central tower consists of a gold cross, and it is a fantastic mix of architectural and natural beauty. The colourful glass windows of the church give a sparkling reflection of multi-hued lights inside the main building. This new attraction offers something for all, even if pilgrim visitors, architectural explore natural lovers.
Kanyakumari beach located at the confluence of the Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. Being a rocky beach, it is unsuitable for swimming. Exclusive blend of differently coloured sand, stunning sunrise and sunset views at this beach, the lighthouse and Vivekananda memorial in the background make this place fantastic memory. It is a perfect place for adventure explores and natural lovers. The Sunset View Point is a favourite among all kinds of travellers. Watching the sunset across the horizon-at the junction of the three seas-Bays of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean is a mind-blowing experience.
Padmanabhapuram Palace is symbolizing the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the country. Built-in the 16th century, the Palace is home to many unique antiques and artefacts. It is living proof of the architectural brilliance and rich heritage of Travancore. Palace is made entirely from wood and no other material that is the major attraction of the Palace. Murals, the numerous floral carvings on the walls, and several unique articles such as old Chinese jars, a variety of weapons, brass lamps, wood and stone sculpture, furniture and large mirrors housed in the Palace. In simple words, this place is perfect for historical, architectural, cultural explores.
Raveendra Foundation, the CSR wing of Raveendra Hospitality Private Limited is formed by the management and staff of RaveendraHopsitality Private Limited (Paradise Holidays) where each staff is a member and is administered by elected members among staff.Currently, the foundation has taken initiatives in helping children for their education, medical aid for poor, free ambulance service and more in the local area.Read More