Sunrise at Kanyakumari’s seashore attracted US envoy Eric Garcetti, who described it as a “symphony of colors.”
US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti shares stunning sunrise images from Kanyakumari and compliments India’s beauty and variety.
On Monday, US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti released stunning photos from his visit to Kanyakumari, a seaside village on India’s southern point. Garcetti, renowned for his extensive social media activity, stated that he watched the spectacular sunrise over Kanyakumari’s horizon and posted breathtaking photographs of the sunrise.
“I witnessed the breathtaking sunrise at Kanyakumari, where the Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal, and Arabian Sea meet in a mesmerizing symphony of colors,” the envoy said on the social media platform X (previously Twitter).
This location perfectly portrays India’s great diversity and beauty! “India’s beauty is a tapestry of landscapes, traditions, and flavors, from the pristine valleys of Kashmir to the serene shores of Kanyakumari, and the bustling streets of Mumbai to the cultural heart of Kolkata,” he added.
Netizens complimented Ambassador Garcetti’s excitement for exploring and honoring India’s rich culture and geography in response to the tweet.
“You had an incredible tour of India in the shortest amount of time, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Bombay to Calcutta.” It could be a record for an American Ambassador to India! “Way to go, Ambassador,” one user said.
Some individuals even suggested visiting the country’s southernmost region.
“Try cashew Macrons from Thirunelveli & Banana chips from kerala, God’s own country, with lemon tea,chilled 👌 wow factor,” an individual posted.
“You should try some of the southern mountains, Mr. Ambassador,” another user suggested.
Garcetti personally handed up the one-millionth visa to a couple last week, after the US Mission to India exceeded its objective of processing one million non-immigrant visa applications this year. The ambassador greeted the pair as “Mr and Mrs One Million” and inquired about their vacation plans to the United States, making tips on what not to miss as a tourist.
“I couldn’t be happier today, happier for India, Indians, and the US.” The Ministry of External Affairs here approved more bodies in places like Hyderabad…more people who can work on these visas, we changed our systems, we worked harder and smarter, and we reached a million visa applications processed this year,” the ambassador said.
Our connection with India is one of the most important bilateral ties in the United States, and one of the most important relationships in the world. Our people’s ties are stronger than ever, and we will continue our record-breaking volume of visa work in the coming months to enable as many Indian applicants as possible the opportunity to travel to the US and experience the US-India friendship firsthand,” he added.