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- Arabian sea is just five Km away from here.
- Arabian Sea is at the western frontier.
- The Arabian Sea, the dense coconut trees, the fishing boats and natural harbor moppila bay are the unforgettable sights, one can have from this fort.
- The Arabian Sea is a thin azure line on the far-away horizon as seen from this peak.
- In the Arabian Sea, a year-round non-migratory population of humpbacks appears not to follow this general rule.
- Description: Hardly a kilometer from the Cannanore city, this beautiful resort is located on a cliff facing the Great Arabian Sea.
- It is sandwiched between the Western Ghats mountain range on the East and the Arabian Sea on the West.
- Mappila Bay in Ayikkara, near the St. Angelo fort, is a major fishing harbor overlooking the Arabian Sea.
- Veli Aakulam Lagoon is at the confluence of the Veli Lake and the Arabian Sea.
- Veli: (8 km from Thiruvananthapuram) Sandwiched between the Veli lagoon and the Arabian sea is the Veli Tourist Village.
- It is flanked by the forest-covered Western Ghats in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west.
- Kandla town, northwestern Gujarat state, west-central India, a port on the Gulf of Kutch of the Arabian Sea.
- The sanctuary is spread over a group of islands in a scenic area surrounded by hillocks where the Kadalundi River flows into the Arabian Sea.
- Situated in the low-land bordering the Arabian Sea, Thiruvananthapuram is visited by both the South-West and the North-East monsoon every year.
- The boundless blue waters of the Arabian Sea and miles of white sands washed away by the surf at the feet of the palms makes Kovalam a beach paradise.
- Varkala beach is an ideal spot for enjoying the sun and surf of the Arabian Sea.
- The land of India comprises the narrow coastal strip bounded by the Western Ghats n the east and the Arabian Sea on the west.
- Twelve rivers across the district form lush green gorges in places as they cut their way through out the hills before emptying into the Arabian Sea.
- Situated at sea level, the lake is separated from the Arabian Sea by a small island.
- Flanked on the western coast by the Arabian Sea, Kerala has a long coastline of 580 km (360.39 miles); all of which is virtually dotted with sandy beaches.
- The town is located about 13 miles (21 km) southeast of Daman on the Daman Ganga River some 15 miles (25 km) inland from the Arabian Sea.
- The name Muchiri (Malayalam for cleft lip) denotes the three branches of the Periyar river which open into the Arabian Sea at the town.
- The life line of Eranakulam district of Kerala, Periyar is the Longest river in Kerala.and flowing from Western ghats to the Arabian sea.
- Places of Interest Manjeri Town: Manjeri lies at the foothills of the Western Ghats nestled in between the Arabian Sea and the Nilgiris.
- Adventurous souls can even ascend the nearby Kodi cliff to get a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea.
- Mount Sahya is the eastern border and Arabian Sea is the western border of Kerala.
- It originates in Idukki district, flows through Ernakulam district to merge into Vembanattu Lake and to the Arabian Sea.
- Kerala is a charmingly beautiful Indian states situated alongside the azure Arabian Sea in southern India.
- Malabar (Malayalam: മലബാര്) is a region of southern India, lying between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea.
- A third of the State's fish landing comes from Kollam, especially Neendakara, an old sea port on the Arabian sea coast.
- Kerala Geography Kerala is bordered by land on three sides and by the Arabian sea at the west.
- It is surrounded by the Anjarakandy river on three sides and by the Arabian sea on the fourth side.
- Nestling at the edge of the Nilgiris and rinsed by the Arabian Sea, Malappuram is a place where you will love to spend some days of your holiday vacation.
- Bound on the East by Pathanamthitta and South by Kollam, the district has the Arabian Sea on the remaining sides.
- The district stretches along the shores of the Arabian sea for a distance of 78 kms.
- Just 20 minutes from Trivandrum, this beautiful resort is located on a cliff facing the Great Arabian Sea.
- Kerala is one of the most prosperous state of India, flanked by the Arabian Sea on the western side and the Western Ghats on the eastern side.
- While, Arabian Sea lies on the western side of India, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean lie towards the eastern and southern side respectively.
- The Lakshadweep Islands lie 200 to 300 km (124 to 186 miles) off the coast of Kerala in the Arabian Sea with an area of 32 km² (11 sq mi).
- The total area of the district comprises midland and seashore between the Arabian Sea and the Vembanattu Kayal.
- The city and the suburbs covers an area of about 250 square kilometers, sandwiched between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea.
- The fort is beautifully located on the coast of the Arabian sea.
- The fort once kept marauders at bay and now it keeps company with the ebullient waters of the Arabian Sea, as it used to do from its birth.
- The fort is established over 35 acres of land and is abutted by the Arabian Sea.
- Rivers: There are 44 rivers in the state, of which 41 originate from the Western Ghats and flow towards west into the Arabian sea.
- The harbour around which Kochi grew to be known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea is one of the finest natural harbours in the world.
- Blessed by one of the finest natural harbors in the world, Cochin has been eulogised as the Queen of the Arabian Sea.
- With serene backwaters, beautiful lagoons, wooded isles and a magnificent landscape, Cochin is indeed the Queen of the Arabian Sea.
- The state of Maharashtra forms a huge irregular triangle with its base on the west coast of India, overlooking the Arabian Sea.
- Overlooking the Arabian sea, the broad hills are chained to one another with deep valley & steep precipices.
- West Coast with the Arabian Sea and the East Coast with the Bay of Bengal offer many a verdant vistas to the traveler.
- Chandragupta conquered all of northern India, establishing an empire from the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal.
- The major rivers of India flow into the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea.
- There was trade between the coast of southern Iran and India through the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea.
- Many industries have been set up along National Highway 17 taking advantage of connectivity and proximity to sea ports on Arabian sea.
- The Gulf of Oman is a strait that connects with the Arabian Sea with the Persian Gulf.
- The United Arab Emirates lies to the northwest of Oman and to the east lies the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman.
- Stretching about seventy kilometers, the island occupies a strategic location near the entry point to the Gulf of Oman from the Arabian Sea.
- A large lowland belt is located on the Arabian Peninsula, from central Iraq, through Saudi Arabia, and to Oman and the Arabian Sea.
- The splashes of surf of the Arabian Sea added to the mystery and aura of this triangular structure of laterite that stood on its shores.
- This imposing circular structure of laterite, rising 130 feet above sea level, stands on a 35-acre headland that runs into the Arabian Sea.
- They take their origin from the mountains on the east, and flow westward and discharge into the Arabian Sea.
- The Ghats are also the source of numerous small rivers which flow westwards, emptying into the Arabian Sea.
- From the hilltops, the Arabian Sea can be seen in the distant horizon as a thin blue line.
- The island of Sri Lanka lies in the Indian Ocean, to the southwest of the Bay of Bengal and to the southeast of the Arabian Sea.
- The west coast borders the Arabian Sea and the east coast the Bay of Bengal, both parts of the Indian Ocean.
- The admiral and his fleet crossed the South China Sea, the Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea, visiting among other places Sumatra, Calicut, Zufar and Mogadishu.
- It begins in the modern Indian state of Uttaranchal and passing through Haryana, Punjab, and Rajasthan, reaches the Arabian Sea in Gujarat.
- Westward-flowing rivers from this watershed are the Narmada and Tapti, which drain into the Arabian Sea in Gujarat.
- Dwarka, on the west coast of Gujarat on the shore of the Arabian Sea, features in most of the legends surrounding Lord Krishna.
- Saurashtra (also Soruth and Sorath) is a region of western India, located on the Arabian Sea coast of Gujarat state.
- This is a very small island with cliffs in the Arabian Sea and can be reached by boat.
- Western Ghats
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- Matter > Liquids > Water > West
* Arabian Sea Coast
* Bekal Fort
* Boating Facilities
* Breathtaking View
* Cochin Port
* Commercial Capital
* Dharmadam Island
* Famous Landmark
* Intricate Network
* Kannur District
* Kannur Town
* Karnataka State
* Kerala Backwaters
* Malabar Coast
* Malabar Region
* Malappuram District
* Mandovi River
* Navy Ship
* Nh 17
* Nilgiri Hills
* Northern Part
* Red Sea
* Sandy Shores
* Southern Tip
* Southwestern Tip
* Southwest Coast
* South India
* Stunning Location
* Tamil Nadu
* Thiruvananthapuram City
* Thiruvananthapuram District
* Three Rivers
* Thrissur District
* Vembanad Lake
* Western Ghats
* West Flank
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