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Bhagavathy Amman Temple
Ranked #6 of 41 things to do in Kanyakumari
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Reviewed September 26, 2012

This temple even though in Tamilnadu, follows Kerala temple traditions and the legend goes that the diamond on the nose of the goddess has helped many people stranded in the sea.

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Reviewed September 15, 2012

Kanyakumari , the confluence of three seas , the wonder of sunrise and sunset seen on the same spot, the radiance of blessings of sri kanyakumari amman on the seashore takes you to the most spiritual temple. The temple very religious and follows the tracancore tradition. Blessed are we who pray to Her.

4  Thank palanikumar
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

Free darshan and special darshan r there like all other temples... Temple is bit dirty... Camera is not allowed inside, 20rs charge for keeping it outside is too much... Guys should remove their shirt&banyan when going inside the temple...

3  Thank TNANBLR
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Reviewed August 28, 2012 via mobile

Best time to go: I went morning 7.30. And I liked it.
+s can see Devi kanyakumari clad in white saree
A huge crowd
Can buy fresh flowers from outside

-ves there's a of money to pay for easy access.

2  Thank BobbyM_John
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Reviewed August 24, 2012

Lies majestically on the coast overlooking the sea is this Kumari Amman (Kanyakumari Temple) of Goddess Devi Kanyakumari. Navaratris and Baishaki’s are over crowded. A holy temple to rejuvenate your mind. Beware of the Hawkers, Beggars, Temple Priest who pester you to take a tour of the temple and unnecessarily demand money in the name of donation. There are some dress code if you want to perform puja- Men need to wear dhoti and without any shirt and Women are required to wear fully covered clothes and take a head scarf. Near the Temple entrance you have place to borrow Dhotis. The temple is a walk away from the main town and very close to the beach bazaar. Don’t get carried away by the priests it is worth waiting for your turn patiently. Non-Hindus are barred from entering the temple. No photography area. The local people believe a dip at the Temple shore is auspicious.

7  Thank anupdey
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