Lakshadweep : “ Coral treasures unearthed”
It is said that the nature will often hide the most precious treasures from the eyes of the world. Most of the exquisite location on planet earth exists either at the helm of the wilderness of nature or its fears abyss. Lakshadweep, the coral islands of India is no different from this rule of nature. Blessed with natural blue lagoons and pure white sandy beaches, Lakshadweep is a heavenly tourist destination similar to the geography of Maldives and Bora Bora Island. The crystal clear sea water in the lagoons and the vivifying fest of vibrant colours formed by Coral garden at the sea bed will leave the divers and visitors across the world enthralled. The islands of Lakshadweep are among very few places on the planet earth in which one can breathe unpolluted air and enjoy the clear view of an unpolluted blue sky. In this era of heavy pollution, people would spend a fortune of life time just to be in the lap of the natural serenity. Most of the people in India travel to destinations afar such as Maldives and Bora Bora islands in pursuit of such an ambience when such serenity is lying within the borders of India. The natural flora and fauna of these islands will leave surely make the visitors mesmerized by the master creation of Almighty.
Lakshadweep group of islands exists at a distance of 400 km from the cost of Kerala like emerald green jewels in the mighty vastness of the Arabian Sea. Though Lakshadweep is a group of 32 islands only 10 of them are inhabited by human. These inhabited islands are known as Androth, Minicoy, Kavaratti, Amini, Agatti, Kalpeni, Kadmat, Kiltan, Chethlath and Bitra whereas the uninhabited islands are known in the names such as Virngli, Cheriyam, Kodithala, Thlakkam, Pitti, Bangaram, Thinnakara, Parali, Kalpitti, Suhali etc. Kavaratti Island is the administrative capital of Lakshadweep islands. Among uninhabited islands, Pitti is a bird sanctuary and the Bangaram is an exclusive tourism location.