Nagercoil is a town in the southernmost Indian province of Tamil Nadu and a region and regulatory central station of Kanyakumari. The city is arranged near the tip of the Indian landmass, bolted with the Western Ghats on all sides. It was quickly part of the past Travancore state, till right around 10 years after India's Independence from Britain in 1947. In 1956, it was converged with Tamil Nadu.
A standout amongst other thing about the atmosphere of Nagercoil is that, it is the main Indian town to get both the south-west and north-east rainstorm. Summers are very sweltering here with winters being delicate. It gets more rain than different parts of Tamil Nadu.