WATER IS LIFE

 

The beautiful Kaveri ( or Cauvery) river originates from the Hills of Karnataka near Mysore  and culminates into the Bay of Bengal after traversing through the state of  Tamil Nadu.

All the lands it touches transform into  a wonderful hue of Green and natural beauty and it is no wonder it is also referred to as the Ganges of the South.

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Kaveri or Cauvery River

The aqueduct you see in this picture close to the city of Mysore carries the precious waters of the Kaveri River and was originally built in the 17th century by the Wodeyar rulers of Mysore.

You can the Splendid natural  greenery  even though the Life Giving Waters flow over Treetops.

 

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The Aquaduct

The waters of the Kaveri river are currently the centre of a huge controversy between the two states it traverses.

The surroundings of the Ancient  12th century Keshava Temple at Somnathpur  are kept green by the life giving waters of The River Kaveri.

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Water Sprinklers at the Keshava Temple

The landscape in this region is absolutely Divine and previous blogs have given you glimpses of the natural beauty.

Future blogs will take you inside this breathtaking temple sculpted entirely from stone and showcase the Dusshera Festival celebrations inside the Mysore Palace, Karnataka, India.

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mukul chand

51 year old entrepreneur who has traveled extensively around the world for work and pleasure , is based in New Delhi, India. A passionate traveler born with a love for flora and fauna, is an active naturalist and amateur photographer. Here he shares his unique insight into Incredible India revealing its mysterious and exotic treasures. Writing from his heart he shares his experiences as he crisscrosses this vast and amazing land.

40 thoughts on “WATER IS LIFE”

  1. So beautiful. Reminded me some of movies, boats sailing in these rivers… Nature is amazing in there, green with mllion tones and flowers with unknown colours… It s divine and magic… Thank you dear Mukul, I missed to be in your blog/in your beautiful land. Love, nia

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  2. It is fun to look at your blog when I am IN India. Such a gorgeous and blessed place. I feel the sensations I feel when I am in India just by looking at these Water is Life photos.

    I have a question for you. I saw you looked at the post I put up last night. The one I called A Fascinating Plant. Do you have any idea what it is? I’ve never seen anything like the spiral at the end.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your lovely thoughts. I am aware you visit Amritpuri on a regular basis. The region you are located in now in Kerala is a rich area in terms of biodiversity as it gets a lot of rainfall and temperature is temperate around the year. I will need to do some research to find out about the fascinating species you have posted.

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