Cauvery (Kaveri) River

Cauvery (Kaveri) River, Tamil Nadu: Address, Phone Number, Cauvery (Kaveri) River Reviews: 3.5/5

Cauvery (Kaveri) River
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SenthilKumar
Chennai (Madras), India141 contributions
he most wanted river for tamilnadu
Dec 2018
This is a most important river for water supply in Bangalore and Chennai,Very clean and nice river. Must visit once
Written February 13, 2019
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Aaqarsh Aiyyar
Chennai (Madras), India2,454 contributions
The holy Cauvery
Feb 2016 • Family
I had taken bath in many ghats near Mayiladuthurai, Kumbakonam, Thanjavur and Erode districts of Tamil Nadu and it has always been special. The Cauvery river is the lifeline of Tamilnadu state. It is the source of water for agricultural activities and hence the mother of all the beings in the southernmost state of India. The river has its origin in Thala Cauvery. A dip in the Cauvery along the western ghats or one of the many bathing ghats of once fertile delta region, is a must-do activity. The river drains in to the sea at Poompuhar or Cauvery poompattinam near Mayiladuthurai. East or West, Cauvery is the best.
Written February 16, 2016
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AnilKumarPorwal
Pondicherry, India431 contributions
Polluted to the brink
Nov 2014 • Family
The River Cauvery is one of the sacred rivers for Hindu people and it flows through several important pilgrim towns of south India, including Tiruchirapalli. On the Sri Rangam side of the Cauvery, there is a dedicated bathing ghat built by the ancient rulers of Tamilnadu for the benefit of the pilgrims. But little did they know that with advancing time and advancement in technology, this river will be polluted by the same pilgrim people who come here to purify their souls..

People wash their clothes with detergent soap, shampoo their hair, dump their clothes, leave the flowers and pooja material in the almost stagnant waters and some others catch fish to take home..

Nowhere does it look like a well managed pilgrim spot, eventhough this happens to be the top VIP constituency in the state.
Written November 6, 2014
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