Moyar River

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Mayar River at Theppakadu, Mudumalai National Park
Mayar waterfalls from MGR Watchtower, Mudumalai

The Mayar River[1] is one of the tributaries of the Bhavani in Tamil Nadu, South India. The Mayar river originates from a small town called Mayar off the Masinagudi–Ooty road. This is a natural line of separation between the state of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and a separation between the forest of Bandipur National Park and the Mudumalai sanctuary to the south.[2] The Mayar River Gorge is 20 kilometres (12 mi) long and is also called the Mayar Canyon. The river flows into the gorge below Theppakadu in a roaring waterfall called Mayar Falls.[3] This river is checked by Bhavanisagar Dam on the plains near Satyamangalam, along with the Bhavani River.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Indian Forester. R.P. Sharma. 1902.
  2. ^ Bandipur National Park
  3. ^ Mudhumalai visitor information

Coordinates: 11°34′N 76°56′E / 11.567°N 76.933°E / 11.567; 76.933