Lakshadweep is a group of islands located in the Arabian Sea, off the southwestern coast of India. It is composed of 36 islands, 10 of which are inhabited, and is known for its stunning coral reefs, crystal-clear waters, and pristine beaches.

The islands have a rich cultural heritage, with a mix of influences from India, Arabia, and East Africa. The local language is Malayalam, although Hindi and English are also widely spoken. The people of Lakshadweep are primarily Muslim, and the islands are home to several ancient mosques and Islamic cultural centers.

Juma Masjid
Amini Wildlife Sanctuary
Kilthan Island
Agatti Island
Viringili Island
Kavaratti Beach
Minicoy Island Lighthouse
Thinnakara Island
Perumal Par
Bangaram Atoll
Kadmat Island