The Savehaklu reservoir may not be one of the most well-known water reservoirs in Karnataka but it is a beautiful spot. Built on the Chakra River in the Shivamogga district, this reservoir offers spellbinding views. It has been a shooting site for many movies. Quick Facts About Savehaklu Reservoir Built on: River Chakra Connected to […]
The river Harangi is a tributary of Kaveri. The river originates from the Western Ghats – the Pushpagiri Hills – at Coorg in Karnataka
The river Hemavathi is a tributary of Kaveri. The river has a masonry dam with a central spillway and earthen flanks known as The Hemavathi reservoir.
Karnataka is the land of rivers, waterfalls, plains, hills, peaks and plateaus. Read on to know the details of the remarkable physiography of Karnataka.
The Lokapavani, a tributary of the river Kaveri, originates from Honakere, Hobli, Mandya and flows near the Karighatta hills.
The river Kabini Sometimes called Kabani, or Kapila is a tributary of the river Kaveri. It is the Kabini Forest Reserve forms the south-eastern part of the Nagerhole National Park.
The river Lakshmanatirtha river is a tributary of the river Kaveri. It originates in the Brahmagiri hills, Kodagu or Coorg and later joins the river Kaveri at Krishnarajasagara.
The River Arkavati originates from Nandi Hills and is one of the largest mountain rivers in Karnataka. Find more about the rivers in Karnataka.
The river Shimsha is one of the tributaries of the river Kaveri. Read on to know more about the waterfalls, damns and hydroelectric project built across the river.
The river Kaveri, often spelled as Cauvery, originating from Talakaveri in the Western Ghats. Find out more about the myths, waterfalls and dams of the river Kaveri.