Comorin


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Comorin

 

a cape in India, the southern extremity of the Hindustan Peninsula, situated at 8°04’ N lat. and 77°35’ E long.

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But he doesn't go direct, travelling to it along a winding route starting in the harshness of the Kyber Pass in the north, and touching the bottom tip of India at Cape Comorin.
The 80 turbines are planned to be utilized in a 33 megawatt Windplant(TM) being developed by ABAN near Cape Comorin in southern Tamil Nadu.
It is about halfway between the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea, and 340 miles from the tip of India at Cape Comorin.
Even as fears loom large of a delayed and weak monsoon, the Met Department has claimed that conditions are becoming favourable for the onset of rains over Kerala and its further advance into more parts of South Arabian Sea, remaining parts of the Maldives- Comorin area, some parts of Tamil Nadu and Bay of Bengal and few parts of the northeastern states during the next three to four days.
A point made well by Agehananda Bharati, to whose judgment disputes were frequently referred by his village hosts during his pilgrimage from Benares to Cape Comorin.
Generally, rounding Cape Comorin in either direction required an intimate knowledge of geographical and weather conditions; the dangers hidden below the surface of the sea were tremendous - nearly as many as in the case of the Maldive and Laccadive Islands.
Amy's Tamil coach was a Church Missionary Society missionary, Thomas Walker "of Tinnevelly" (Tirunelveli), a little more than fifty miles from India's southernmost tip, Cape Comorin.
In spite of his precarious health, Buchanan traveled by elephant and horse overland from Calcutta to Madras, and then by ship as far as Cape Comorin.