Muthyala Maduvu

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Muthyala maduvu
Tourist Spot
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Nickname(s): 
Pearl Valley
Coordinates: 12°41′17″N 77°39′52″E / 12.688097°N 77.664485°E / 12.688097; 77.664485Coordinates: 12°41′17″N 77°39′52″E / 12.688097°N 77.664485°E / 12.688097; 77.664485

Muthyalamaduvu is a tourist attraction located near Anekal, Karnataka. The place is also known as Pearl Valley.[1]

It is located 5km from Anekal and 40km from Bangalore. From the Anekal-Thally Road, you will have to take a right turn to reach Muthyalamaduvu.

Tourism[edit]

The place is famous for its waterfall and the beautiful mountain ranges it overlooks. The water from the falls slides down the flora of the place creating an illusion of a string of pearls, hence the name Pearl Valley.

Near the waterfall, there is a temple (dedicated to Lord Shiva). A puja (prayer) is done once every morning.

The place has a rich concentration of birds owing to the presence of the waterfall. The mountain ranges present opportunities for trekking enthusiasts. Another tourist attraction Thattekere lake is nearby. Trekking is the major adventures sport. This is the most desired destination for the trekkers. Because of the open forest area and near to the city limits accessible to everyone, giving an opportunity to trek[2].

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