Kumari Amman Temple,Navaratri Mandapa with a beautifully painted panel of MahishasuraMardini,Gandhi Memorial,where Mahatma Gandhi's ashes were kept before immersion,Vivekananda Memorial,Statue of Thiruvalluvar,The Church of Our Lady of Joy which was founded by St.Francis Xavier.other attractions include the sandy beaches and the multicoloured granite rocks[illustrated guide to India]
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Kumari Amman Temple, a popular pilgrimage of Kanyakumari located on the seashore, was built by the Pandya kings in 8th century and extensively renovated by the Chola, Vijayanagar and Nayaka rulers. The temple is dedicated to the virgin Goddess Devi Kanyakumari who is supposed to have done penance here so that she could marry Lord Shiva.
The magnificent structure of this temple is reflected in its Navaratri Mandapa which has been beautifully painted and carved. The image of Mahishamardini (Durga killing demon Mahisha) is highly fascinating. Inside the temple there is an 18th century shrine with the foot prints of the goddess Kumari who performed her penance at this spot.