Location of Kanyakumari



A close scrutiny of the geographic location of Kanyakumari throws light into the latitudinal, longitudinal and the topographic features of this southernmost tip of the Indian subcontinent. Kanyakumari is a district in Tamil Nadu and is probably the most advanced one. It is surrounded by Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu in the northeastern side, whereas in the west there is the Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala.

This wonderful district is located between 8° 03' and 8° 35' of the north Latitudes and 77° 15' and 77° 36' of the east longitudes. In the southeast boundary is the Gulf of Mannar, while on the South and the Southwestern part; the district is surrounded by the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean.

While talking about the Kanyakumari Location its majestic landscapes also deserve mentioned. The district is located on the lap of nature and offers full array of panoramic view to the tourists across the world. The rolling mountains, the plains, the sandy beaches, the colorful seashores and valleys all add to its beauty. Beside this, the paddy fields and the coconut trees can also be included into its special features.

It is also assumed that the key reason behind its increasing popularity is its enviable geographic location. By taking any mode of transportation people can reach this place. Airways, rail and the roads are considered to be the major mode of transportation that connects Kanyakumari with all other international destinations.

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Last Updated on 9/15/2011

     


     

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