Kanyakumari Cape Comorin

Kanyakumari is at shores shared between three great seas - The Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea, and the Indian Ocean. We can really  feel the confluence of these three seas. Moreover, Kanyakumari is one of the few places in the world where one can witness both the sunset and sunrise at the same beach due to the  geographic  . My visit to Kanyakumari was at worst time, I missed the peaceful atmosphere Swami Vivekananda  felt at this cap.  December - February is the season and the crowd at the shore is at its peak. The majorities from the crowds were Sabarimala Pilgrims

Chitharal Jain carvings near Marthandam

Chitharal is a small village situated at a distance of 7 Kms from Marthandam and  around 45 Kms, from Kanyakumari. The village is accessible by road from Kuzhithurai via Arumanai, a distance of about 12 kms. From Chitaral junction there is a county road (1-2 km) running upto the foot of the malikovil temple(That's how the villagers call about the monument). The trekking path is in good condition, winding up to a distance of half a kilometer lands the visitor at the cave temple entry point.
Yes there we can feel good ambiance of hill top temple
Chitharal Malaikovil (Chitharal Rock Temple - Ancient Jain Center) access details.
Air Link:Trivandrum
Rail Link:Marthandam(Kulithurai)
City Link:Nagercoil
Accomodation:Nagercoil/ Kanyakumari
Best Season:Round the year
What's near By:Tripparappu waterfalls, Padmanabhapuram palace Thakkalai, Kanyakumari

Macros from My Canon DSLR

Tiny details from mobile

Taken from my HTC wildfire S mobile cam

Late evening gap road (munnar) trip

Middle of Journey