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It is more than 3 decades of my subsequent visit to my holy trip. Tears filled once I entered the temple and the grace of Goddess for her blessings. A purposeful and pleasant trip of with this busy temple though I myself along with my...More
This temple is situated at the tip of India... the confluence of three seas is at the back side of the temple compound. Gents have to remove their shirts to enter this temple. There are many shops in the temple street offering pooja materials, Devi's...More
This temple is quite old and is on the sea shore. The Devi is beautiful and on the day of our visit had Santhanakappu..added to the beauty of the Idol.
The temple could have been well maintained.
As a Sakthi peeth , a must visit...More
I went to the temple 14th August 2019 with my husband, my brother and his wife and his mother in law. We was so excited to visit the temple. Our driver took us for the sun set viewing first which was devastating because the touts...More
This might seem like common sense however we were approached by someone to pay up for special Dharshan (viewing) which we denied and decided to go the regular queue. Took us only 10 minutes to view main diety. So my recommendation is to not blindly...More
The Bhagavathy Amman temple is a very beautiful and well preserved ancient temple with its main deity as Goddess Kanyakumari. This is also a Shaktipeeth and hence is more significant. We had been here in the evening and had a very beautiful darshan of the...More
A beautiful temple to visit in Kanyakumari. The history of this place is mind boggling and the architecture is fabulous. We had a peaceful darshan and men has to be bare chested if they are entering inside this place.
This is the most popular temple in Kanyakumari and also know as Kanyakumari temple - meaning the virgin goddess. Men have to remove their shirts (upper clothing) before entering to the temple. There is also a paid special line to get in there or just...More