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Palk Strait North side (E India)

Palk Strait North side (E India)

Characteristics

Description

The N shore of Palk Strait consists of the low-lying coast between Point Calimere and a low point, about 39 miles WSW, which projects from the coast close S of the entrance to the Vellar River.

Between Point Calimere and Atirampattinam, about 29 miles W, the coast consists of mud flats, covered with mangrove bushes, and flooded during heavy rains and high spring tides.

23/03/2012
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Jojo
Palk Strait North side (E India)
Palk Strait North side (E India)
23/03/2012
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Jojo
the narrow line between India and Srilanka is known as Palk Strait
14/04/2015
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Jishnu
West side of india

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Calimere Point (E India)

Point Calimere is the southernmost extremity of the Coromandel Coast and the NW entrance point of Palk Strait.
The following conspicuous objects lie in the vicinity of the point:
1. Point Calimere Light, that is shown from a concrete tower, 18.2m high, close within the point; ...
23 Mar 12

Kachchaitivu (Kachchtivu) island (Sri-Lanka)

Kachchaitivu (Kachchtivu), about 10 miles SW of Delft Island , is 12m high and overed with scrub. There is a well and a small shrine on the NE side of the island.Depths of less than 9.1m extend 1 mile SE of the island.
Depths of less than 5.5m extend about 2.5 mile NE from the ...
23 Mar 12

Nagapattinam port (Tamil Nadu-E India)

Nagapattinam (Negapatam), the principal port of the Thanjavur District, lies at the mouth of the Uppanar River.Vessels anchor in the roadstead off the port to work cargo.All cargo is handled at the anchorage by lighters. About 114 ofthese lighters are available, each with a capacity ...
23 Mar 12

Karaikal Port (Tamil Nadu-E India)

Karaikal Port is a coastal lagoon type harbor located about about 200 miles S of Chennai (Madras) and about 9 miles S of the inland city of Karaikal.
The port is privately operated by Karaikal Port Private Limited (KPPL) and is located between the Pravadayanar River and the Vettar ...
25 Mar 12

Karaikal lighthouse (Tamil Nadu-E India)

Karaikal Light, a white circular concrete tower, 18m in height, stands on the N bank of the Arasalar River.
25 Mar 12

Tondi jetty (E India)

Tondi, is a small port for local coasting craft.
Two white masonry beacons, 4.5m high, mark the port limits.
A light stands about 4.5 miles NE of Tondi.Anchorage may obtained, in 6m, mud, about 5 miles ESE of Tondi, but this position is exposed to all but offshore winds.
Small ...
23 Mar 12

Pamban light (Pamban island-E India)

Pamban Light is shown from a conspicuous white tower on a sandhill on the NW point of Pamban Island. NE Beacon, 5.5m high and white, lies close N of the light.
Kanthe Thuki Reef, composed of partly drying coral heads, lies between 0.3 and 0.5 mile W of Pamban Island Light.
A ...
23 Mar 12

Dhanushkodi (Pamban island-E India)

Dhanushkodi, about 2 miles NW of Lands End, is connected to the railway system of India.A pier, for use by vessels of the ferry service between Dhanushkodi and Talaimannar, extends from the NE coast of Pamban Island abreast the town. The pier is 219m long, with depths of 3.4m on each ...
23 Mar 12

Lands End (Pamban island-E India)

Lands End is the SE extremity of Pamban Island; a small but conspicuous building lies near the point.
Dhanushkodi, about 2 miles NW of Lands End, is a railroad terminal; the red-roofed railway buildings are conspicuous.
22 Mar 12

Pamban port (Pamban Island-E India)

Pamban, administered by a conservator, lies close N of the W extremity of Pamban Island. Cargo is handled by lighters to and from the beach.South and SW winds prevail from April to October.
23 Mar 12

Pamban Pass (Tamil Nadu-E India)

Pamban Pass is the navigable channel, partly artificial, through the banks which occupy the space between the W end of Pamban Island and the mainland.
It is of great advantage to coastal craft trading between ports on the W coast of India and ports of the Bay of Bengal.
A rocky ...
23 Mar 12

Ramen Point ( Tamil Nadu-E India)

Ramen Point is the E extremity of a narrow tongue of land projecting E from the coast.
A  temple in ruins lies about 183m W of the point; a coconut plantation lies about 183m farther W.
The coast from Ramen Point to Devipattanam, about 21 miles NW, is generally low and ...
23 Mar 12
Local Area

Coromandel coast (E India)

The Coromandel Coast is the name given to the southeastern coast of the Indian Subcontinent between Cape Comorin and False Divi Point.
It may also include the southeastern coast of the island of Sri Lanka.
The coast is generally low, and punctuated by the deltas of several large ...
23 Mar 12

East Coast of India

India, or the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south and the Bay of Bengal on the south-east, it shares land borders with China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north-east; and Burma and Bangladesh to the east.
In the Indian Ocean, India ...
20 Mar 12

Bay of Bengal

The Bay of Bengal (largest bay in the world,) forms the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean. It is bordered mostly by the Eastern Coast of India, southern coast of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to the west and Burma (Myanmar) and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands (part of India) to the ...
20 Nov 11

Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world's oceanic divisions, covering about 20% of the Earth's water surface. It is bounded on the north by Asia (including the Indian subcontinent, after which it is named); on the west by Africa; on the east by Indochina, the Sunda Islands, ...
6 Apr 12

Gulf of Mannar (SE India)

The Gulf of Mannar lies between the SE coast of the Indian Peninsula and the W coast of Sri Lanka. Its S boundary lies between Cape Comorin, the S extremity of India, and Point de Galle, the SW point of Sri Lanka. The gulf is bounded N by Adam’s Bridge, a chain of islets and rocks ...
20 Mar 12

Nizampatam Bay (Andhra Pradesh-E India)

Nizampatam Bay lies between Kottapatam and False Divi Point, about 41 miles ENE, and recedes about 14 miles to the N. Except for the shoals in the vicinity of Mutapolli Bank, the bay is free from dangers and its shores may be approached with safety to a depth of 9.1m.A backwater is ...
28 Mar 12
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