Vennaaru River

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Vennaaru River

Vennaaru is a tributary of the Kaveri River in southern India[1]. It passes through Trichy and Thanjavur in the Tamil Nadu region of the country. The etymology of Vennaaru represents venmai (white) + aaru (river) in Tamil. The fertile landscape and lush fields in and around the village of Karandai are irrigated by this river. During the Chola period, a branch of this river was dug out and expanded by the Chola king Parantaka I[2].

Vennaaru was used for water transportation in the ancient Chola Kingdom.

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  1. ^ Development of Irrigation in India,Issue 76 of Publication (India. Central Board of Irrigation and Power). Central Board of Irrigation and Power. 1965. p. 63.
  2. ^ Bhāratīya Sthalanāma Patrikā, Volume 12. Place Names Society of India by Geetha Book House. 1991. p. 92.