Friday, 4 March 2016

PARJATAKGURU IS EXPLORING THE BEAUTY OF LAKSHADWEEP

Amazing Lakshadweep
 Beach View of Lakshadweep

Parjatak Guru is exploring the beauty of Lakshadweep. Lakshadweep islands lie about 32 km² off the coast of Kerala, India. Not all of the islands are inhabited, and only a few are open to visitors (permits required). With coconut trees, secluded beaches, lagoons and coral reefs.The islands are connected to mainland by passenger ships and flights operated from Kochi. Lakshadweep, in the Arabian Sea, is a part of the Indian subcontinent and is recognized as the smallest union territory of India.The union territory was formed on 1 November 1956. The state animal is the butterfly fish, and the state bird is the sooty tern. The state tree is bread fruit. The languages spoken here are Malayalam, Hindi, Mahi and Tamil. The whole of Lakshadweep is nothing but a set of small islands situated near each other. It comprises a total of twelve coral atolls, five banks, three coral reefs, and several islets. The location is near the Kerala coast and falls under the jurisdiction of Kerala state and Kerala High Court. Kavaratti is its capital and it is considered one of the most beautiful places in the Indian subcontinent. 
Sunset View of Lakshadweep
Lakshadweep in Malayalam and Sanskrit means 'a hundred thousand islands'. India's smallest Union Territory Lakshadweep is an archipelago consisting of 36 islands with an area of 32 sq km. It is a uni-district Union Territory and is comprised of 12 atolls, three reefs, five submerged banks and ten inhabited islands.Capital of Lakshadweep is Kavaratti and it is also the principal town of the UT. All Islands are 220 to 440 km away from the coastal city of Kochi in Kerala, in the emerald Arabian Sea.The islands are well connected by regular flights from Kochi. Helicopter transfer is available from Agatti to Kavaratti throughout the year. 
Map of Lakshadweep
It is located between 8º - 12º 13' North latitude and 71º - 74º East longitude, 220 to 440 Kms. away from the coastal city of Kochi in Kerala, in the emerald Arabian sea. Considering its lagoon area of about 4,200 Sq.kms, 20,000 Sq.kms of territorial waters and about 4 lakhs Sq.kms. of economic zone, Lakshadweep is a large territory..
 

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