The Suvarnavathi is one of the southern tributaries of the river Kaveri. This river, also called Honnuhole (Honhole), begins from Nasurghat hills in Mysore. From the place of its origin to where it converges with Kaveri, the Suvarnavathi is about 88 km long. The river is formed when the two streams, Niredurgihalla and Araikaduhalla join at Badibadga. The Suvarnavathi is joined by its tributaries Chikkahole and Yenehole before its confluence with the Kaveri.
Mysore has several lakes and rivers. These tourist spots are ideal for day trips to appreciate nature around Mysore.
The Suvarnavathi Reservoir
The Suvarnavathi reservoir built on the river near Attigulipura is a minor tourist attraction. The reservoir has a capacity of 1.26 tmcft. The Suvarnavathi reservoir is situated 3 km from the Chikkahole reservoir.