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Hogenakkal Falls, Hogenakkal
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Hogenakkal Falls is often known as the 'Niagara of India'. Located in the Dharmapuri District of Tamil Nadu, it lies at a distance of about 180 kilometres from Bangalore and 46 kilometres from Dharmapuri. Importance of the site can be assessed by the fact that the destination... Read More »
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Pennagram Village, Hogenakkal
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Pennagram Village is surrounded by dense forests. A beautiful hamlet located in Dharmapuri District, it about seven square kilometres in area. Located at a distance of 15 kilometres from Hogenakkal, the village is famous for its brightly coloured giant terracotta statues.... Read More »
"Typical Village"Mar 23, 2016
Kaveri River, Hogenakkal
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Kaveri River originates at Talakaveri in the Brahmagiri hills in Kodagu district in Karnataka. On reaching Hogenakkal, the river gathers momentum, since the land drops in elevation. At this point, the river drops and creates numerous waterfalls, as the water cuts through the... Read More »
Melagiri Hills, Hogenakkal
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Melagiri Hills on the Eastern Ghats contain an expanse of 1,295 square kilometres of dry deciduous and semi-evergreen forests. Bound by the Kaveri River on the west, the hills act as the meeting point of the Western and Eastern Ghats. Located between the Dharmapuri and... Read More »
Theerthamalai Temple, Hogenakkal
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Theerthamalai Temple is a sacrosanct place in Harur taluk of Dharmapuri District. It is renowned for being the place of worship of Lord Rama for absolving himself of the sin of having killed several demons in the war against Ravana. Temple of Lord Theerthagireeswar (Lord... Read More »