Cape Comorin

Kanyakumari the farthest point in South India, known by its fancy name – Cape Comorin – during British reign, its myths talk about a goddess who took the form of a child and its history speaks about trade, conquests, art, religion, culture and what-not.

Surely, one can’t help but admire its serenity. In fact the 3 merging seas (the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean) brings with it a profound calmness, a calmness which attracted a so-called saint once who came here all the way from Bengal to sit on a floating rock and think of existence!

Present day Kanyakumari is no different. It is a place where you can admire the breaking out of day, while 12 hours later you can get benumbed by the artistry of a setting Sun. On top of it all, she can reach out to your senses with its sea smells and cool breeze while at the same time feed your artistic portions with a set of pure photographic colors.

Surely, very little places can claim to offer all that in India. All it takes along with the setting is a little time, and there you have the recipe for making peace with yourself. In fact the saint we talked about would go onto make a resolve that his life will henceforth be spent in human welfare.

Well that said, we ask you to come join, and together we will sit, think of existence and maybe make our own resolves.

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