lying at the southern tip of India is gifted with many spiritual
treasures and natural marvels, like the seat of the virgin goddess
Parvathi, the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Gandhi Smaraka Bhavan
besides being the confluence of three seas, the scene of a grand
spectacle of sunset and moon rise on full moon days. They are luring
a steady influx of sight-seers and god-seekers throughout the year.
In addition to these plus points, it is also housing two Siva
temples called Guhainatheeswarar and Kasi Viswanathar, where regular
Saivagama pujas are offered daily with great veneration. Of the two,
one is an ancient one of modest dimensions, and the other is of
recent origin, built for the exclusive use of a religious Matt, but
is opened for public to offering prayers. Besides these two, there
are many minishrines for Hindu gods and grand churches for
Christians. Its cosmopolitan character is exuding in many ways.
These Sivan Tirukkovils are lying on the western side of the main
road and just in front of Vivekanandapuram, carrying on many
is accessible by all transport means.