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In the 18th century after the Britishers came to India the Island emerged in the global scenario. But, during the British period, it became infamous as the 'Kala Pani', where people convicted of any offense against the British government were kept. The Britishers transformed the exotic island into a 'Penal Colony', where culprits charged with life sentences were imprisoned. For many years, Andaman and Nicobar Islands had been under the reputation of a 'Penal colony'. These Tropical islands in the middle of the Bay of Bengal are fringed with coral reefs and mangrove swamps. Blue oceans and skies, streaked with silver sheets of flying fish. Primeval jungle cut by muddy rivers that run past villages as old as India itself, where some inhabitants still literally live in the Stone Age. Snow white beaches melting under flame and purple sunsets, all populated by a friendly masala of south and southeast Asian settlers and their laid back descendants.
Corbyn's Cove beach