It takes its source in the Western Ghât S, in Coorg, in the state of the Karnataka, crosses the state of the Tamil Nadu then is thrown in the Bay of Bengal, in the south of Gondelour, in a large delta of more than 150 kilometers, very fertile and arranged irrigation canals, among oldest of the country, some like the stopping Grand Anikut or Kallanai builds at the 2nd century by Karikâla date from the great period of the dynasty Chola whose basin of the river is the cradle.
In Karnataka, the river is divided into two arms to form the island of Sivasamudram before forming the Kaveri Falls , a 100 m height, often regarded as most beautiful of India. It is which was built, in 1902, the first hydroelectric factory of the country. It sprinkles then the towns of Tanjavûr and Tiruchirapalli at the Tamil Nadu.
Kâverî is the second holiest river of India, sometimes called the Gange of the south and thus forms part of the Seven rivers crowned of India.
- List of the rivers of India
- stopping of Vishvesvaraya
- falls of Hogenakkal or smoking rocks
- Tiruchirapalli (Trichy)
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