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Beauty of India Hogenakkal Falls



Hogenakkal Falls or Niagara Hogenakal are waterfalls in South India on the River Kaveri. This waterfall is situated in Dharmapuri district in Tamil Nadu state. This waterfall is located about 180 km from Bangalore and 46 km from Dharmapuri. this waterfall is sometimes called the "Niagara of India". is famous for its waterfalls that can be used for water treatment. This waterfall is a major tourist attraction.

HOGENAKKAL called Naigra of India is located in one of the most southern India that has been enchanting punchlined as Tamilnadu.Hogenakkal derieved of kannada word meaning mountain smoky. Hogenakkal attract tourists from all over India and abroad because, pure and calm an attractive waterfall, coracle ride and {[Angling]} is very popular among the locals living there, besides the local residents were also involved in the SPA and the message they do it for tourists on the request, the local woman who used to fry fish caught from the river and sell them to tourists and travelers feel eager to buy and enjoy.


Hogenakkal has been admired by many television sets there as it has been a hot spot destination for films like Roja, (Malayalam) Naran etc.

Seeing a huge tourism potential of these objectives can be developed for one of the hottest places to adeventure as well as for lovers of water sports with noble support of local communities. Coracle is visible only at the Triveni Sangam Is the main attraction in Hogenakkal and maintaned if this the right way this mode of water transport can be a wonderful resource for govt economy and to people locla, comes in addition to water sports, but now only a coracle boat operated fast, Paragliding, Angling, Rock climbing, swimming, diving, Raftingetc some other adventure tourism activities that can be driven at Hogenakkal. On the other hand the majority of tourists and school youth and college students that will attract many young people from neighboring countries or from other countries.


Accommodation is also an important factor and most of the travelers use to reach Hogenakkal by morning and evening so if the leaves of the facilities and activities can be increased then the tourists will stay there for more than a day and involve them in many othere. So that the accommodation sector should be expanded to the width of the tourists staying comfot, Road signs also widened and shoulder boards are worth keeping in the comfort of Tourist easy.

Appropriate parking facilities should be available so long as the season should not be any traffic jam.All activity can be maintained with the noble aim of the local community and income benefitng their livlihood out of it.There should be a proper control on waste because they have zero area disposla many plastic-free flora, fauna and the existing aviafauna.


Proper safety and security measures shall be maintained in and around tourist attractions, trained lifebuoys should be posted to look uneven because there is a strong stream of water use to take place .. Keeping all these things in view if this goal can be maintained in a proper manner HOGENAKKAL can be one of the best adventure destinations in INDIA for the time to come ...



Brief History


There are several legends about how the river Kaveri appear. According to Section 11-14 of the purana Shanda (also known as purana Kaveri) is when the big waves induced the gods and asuras to get Amrita, the elixir of life, Lord Vishnu created the Mohini, non-Pareil infinite charm of its appeal, for distract the asuras and restore the panacea for the gods. Goddess Lakshmi is also sent along Lopamudre, reincarnation Parvathi, to help Mohini. After the elixir was successfully returned to the gods retired to Brahmagiri Mohini and turned into a rocky cave. Lopamudre raised by Brahma as his daughter.


After some time to come to the Brahmagiri Kavera to meditate. Kavera lonely and prayed to Lord Brahma that he would bless him with a child. Pleased with his devotion Brahma and gave lopamudre for girls. Lopamudre renamed to Kaveri.

Kaveri wanted her father to have happiness and prosperity in life and surrounded by good people and happy. So he went to Brahmagiri well and prayed to Lord Brahma that he wanted to be converted into the river and flows through the country, pouring his blessing behind the green and fertile land. He also prayed that the water is sacred and all people who take or swim in it may be freed from their sins. Brahma granted him the grace Kaveri both easy and very happy.


Explanation


River Kaveri or Cauvery River is also called in English, is one of the major rivers in India, which is considered sacred by Hindus. Originally the river was traditionally located in Talakaveri, Kodagu District in the Western Ghats in the state of Karnataka, the river Kaveri flowing melewai south Karnataka to Tamil Nadu.


Kaveri river basin at an estimated area of ​​27 700 square miles (72 000 km2) with many rivers including the Shimsha, Hemavati River, River Arkavathy, Honnuhole River, Lakshmana Tirtha River, Kabini River, Bhavani River, River Lokapavani, Noyyal River and the Amaravati River. Karnataka highlands west of the river Kaveri and is the entrance to the eastern Bay of Bengal.

after passing through the Deccan plateau, the river Kaveri to form two islands, Srirangapatna and the Shivanasamudra. On the island there is a high waterfall Sivasamudra 320 ft (98 m), known separately as Gagana Chukki and Bhara Chukki. The first hydroelectric power plant Asia (built in 1902) to the left of the waterfall and the power supplied to the city of Bangalore.


Function


1.sistem extensive irrigation and for hydroelectric power
2.merupakan the ancient kingdoms and modern cities in South India


One of the famous of the river Kaveri is talakaveri, which is the significance of both Hindus in India.Talakaveri is a pilgrimage site in the middle of Bramahagiri Hills in Kodagu. Piligrims thousands flocked to the three temples on the source of the river, especially on a certain day known as Tula sankramana when river water was said to gush out like a fountain at a preset time.

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