human settlement in Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu, India

Mondaikadu (Mandaikadu) is a city in Tamil Nadu in India.

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  • 1 Mondaikadu Bhagavathy Amman Temple. Mondaikadu is situated on the coast, northeast of Colachel port. It is connected with Nagercoil and Trivandrum by a motorable road. It is 22 km from Nagercoil, and 41 km from Kanniyakumari. This place is famous for its temple dedicated to Bhagavathy Amman that dates back to the 7th century B.C. The Amman is in the form of an anthill that is about 12 feet high and with five peaks and believed to be growing gradually. The annual festival called Mondaikadu Kodai is celebrated in March for 10 days and is the main attraction of this place.


  • 1 Muttom Beach. It is 16 km from Nagercoil and 32 km from Kanniyakumari. The seashore looks majestic and rugged because of the huge beautiful rocks jutting out into the sea. The waves touch the rocks and create a mystic atmosphere. The district administration developed basic infrastructure facilities.






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