Kanyakumari is at the southernmost tip of mainland India and is surrounded by three water bodies. The Bay of Bengal, the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Sea. Not that there is any visible difference between the water colour or type, but it’s still a draw for tourists. Tourists come here to see how sun rises from one ocean and sets into a different one. Or to put it simply — the sun rises from one body of water and disappears into another body of water. Kanyakumari is overcrowded with followers of Ayyappa — the Hindu god of growth. Regardless of how hot it is, Ayyappa followers always wear black.