Western Ghat Rivers in Coorg

River Cauvery: This is the lifeline of the region, though you can see the river in occasional spurts here and there. It starts from Talacauveri, goes to Brahmagiri and disappears; reappearing at Bhagamandala and finally meeting the Kannike and Sujyoti. This criss-cross of rivulets and For More....
River Lakshmanatirtha: 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. Originating from the Brahmagiri Range, the river Lakshmana Theertha plungess down For More....
River Barapole : Several tourists flock to Coorg each year to engage in rafting in the Barapole River. The Upper Barapole stretches Barapole River is a strong catchment area for the south west monsoons and drains the eastern flanks of Brahmagiri Ghats. Known for some of the most  For More....

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