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Bhagavathy Amman Temple, Kanyakumari

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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You can’t take any photographs at Bhagavathy Amman Temple, but you will surely remember everything you see. Built right at the edge of the water, where the three seas--the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal, and the Arabian Sea--meet, the temple and the area are considered sacred. Marvel at a natural phenomenon; at the point where the bodies of water meet, you can distinguish between three colors of water, none of which mix with each other. See the statue of the Goddess Bhagavathy Amman, whose nose rings reflect the light of the surrounding oil lamps and used to act as a makeshift lighthouse for sailors. Pay attention to the temple's modest dress code. Using our international travel planner, Kanyakumari attractions like Bhagavathy Amman Temple can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The form of Goddess Shakti worshipped by people of Kanyakumari is Kumari Amman or Kanyakumari Devi. As per the belief, Kumari Amman had performed severe penance and austerities sitting on the Vivekana...  read more »
  • Bhagavathy Amman is the most revered Goddess in Kanyakumari. She is a representation of Goddess Shakti. Bhagavathy Amman temple is located close to the sea shore. The temple is very rich in architectu...  read more »
  • A must visit Religious spot to worship and get blessings. Situated in the Heart of Kanyakumari. Has a very important history on this Temple. The Temple festivals are very famous and devotees from thro...  read more »
  • Jai ambe BHAGAVATI.. I WENT AT 4.30AM v can sit in front of garba gudi ..i saw priest doing alankar it was was very good..jai ambe
  • jai maa kanya kumari
  • Jai maa kanyakumari ki
  • Jai kanya kumari
  • Lovely Devi temple at the southern tip of the Indian peninsula. Temple staff are not friendly or helpful.
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