Iruvanjippuzha

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Iruvazhinjippuazha
Iruvanjippuzha, Iruvahinhi, ഇരുവഞ്ഞിപ്പുഴ
River
Mukkam River.jpg
Country India
State Kerala
Region Asia
Tributaries
 - left Chalippuzha
City Anakkampoyil Thiruvambady
mukkam Kumaraneloor
Kodiyathur Chennamangallur
Cheruvadi
Source Kakkadampoyil
 - location Western Ghats, Kerala, India
 - coordinates 11°16′4.50″N 75°58′42.61″E / 11.2679167°N 75.9785028°E / 11.2679167; 75.9785028
Mouth
 - location Chaliyar River, India
 - elevation 0 m (0 ft)
Length 50 km (0 mi) approx.

Iruvanjippuzhaഇരുവഞ്ഞിപ്പുഴ , or Iruvazhinjipuzha, is a major tributary of River Chaliyar and joining to Chaliyar at Koolimadu near Cheruvadi. Its major tributary is Chalippuzha, which joins with it about 3 km north of Thiruvambady town. Other tributaries are Muthappanpuzha (joining at Anakkampoyil), ulingappuzha (joining at Thiruvambadi) and Karamoola river (join at Mukkam). The famous Thusharagiri waterfall is in the Chalippuzha river.

The villages of Anakkampoyil, Thiruvambady, Mukkam, Kodiyathur, Chennamangallur and Cheruvadi are on the banks of this river.

Naadan Premam, a major romantic novel written by legendary writer S. K. Pottekkatt, is set in the backdrops of Iruvanjippuzha.

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