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Kanniyakumari often known as Cape Comorin, is a metropolis in Kanniyakumari district within the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is the southern tip of the Indian subcontinent and the southernmost metropolis in mainland India, thus known as ‘The Land’s End’. The metropolis is located 90 kilometres south of Thiruvananthapuram metropolis, and about 20 kilometres south of Nagercoil, the headquarters of Kanniyakumari district.
Kanniyakumari is a well-liked vacationer vacation spot and pilgrimage centre in India. Notable vacationer spots embody its distinctive dawn and sundown factors, the 41-metre Thiruvalluvar Statue and Vivekananda Rock Memorial off the coast. Lying on the tip of peninsular India, the city is bordered on the west, south and east by the Laccadive Sea. It has a coastal line of 71.5 kilometres (44.4 mi) stretched on the three sides.
On the shores of town is a temple devoted to Goddess Kanniyakumari (the virgin Goddess), after which the city is known as. Kanniyakumari has been a metropolis because the Sangam interval and has been referred to in outdated Malayalam literature and within the accounts of Ptolemy and Marco Polo.