Antarctica is the earth’s southernmost continent, geographically known as South Pole. This continent is surrounded by southern ocean. It is 14 million square kilo meter continent and fifth largest continent of the world. 98% of this continent is covered by ice with average 1.6 kilometer thickness. It is the coolest, driest and windiest continent. In fact, it is a cold desert since there is no precipitation. Recently, in the east of Antarctica it was minus 93.3 degree Celsius, the coolest temperature so far recorded in the earth. Natural habitants of this continent are Penguins, in this coolest environment they can breed and survive. Besides there are seals and other birds like Scua. At present under the Antarctic Treaty of 1959, 49 countries have signed the Treaty and there are 40 scientific research centers amongst which India’s Centre named ‘Bharati’ is the permanent centre at Larsemann Hills. Antarctica is the savior of all living beings including plants, mammals. It generates 80% of the fresh water of the world and immense oxygen generates here. It is also producer of 0zone and also produces/creates foods for the mammals and other sea habitants. At the same time as refrigerator of this earth it maintains the environment of the globe. As a pilgrim I discovered in Antarctica an image of a coolest and kindest mother of all.