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Volume - III
Preface Prayers
Rama Goes To Forest Draupadi's marriage
Harischandra Agastya
Dattatreya Sankara
Kalidasa Mahavira
Manikka- vachakar The Narmada
Puri Kanya- kumari
Holi Makar Sankranti
Christmas The Lion And The Fox
The Doves And The Bird Catcher Krishna- devaraya
Raja Raja Chola
Major Sections
Culture Course
Volume-I Volume-II

Volume-III

Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

KANYAKUMARI

Kasi in the north of India and Kanyakumari in the south are the two most holy places in our country.

Have you seen a map of India?

The southern part is shaped like a mango. Can you see the southern most tip in the map? That is Kanyakumari.

It is a very beautiful place. There is a long and colourful beach. Standing there you can see the sun set and the moon rise at the same time on a full-moon day. It is a rare sight.

On the beach, facing the sea, stands the famous temple of Goddess Kanyakumari, or Bhagavati, as she is also called.  Its outer walls are painted with red and white stripes.

The word Kanyakumari means a girl who is not married.

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