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The rivers Tunga and Bhadra meets at a place called Koodalgi, which district please?

Asked by mohd yousuf, 06 May '09 04:49 pm
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Shimoga, a place known for its scenic beauty, flush green lush forests, eye-catching waterfalls, cool climate is situated in the Malnad region bounded by Sahyadri ghats at an mean elevation of 640 AMSL in the western part of karnataka. The district is spread over an area of 1058,000 Hectares with an forest area of 327,000 Hectares. The total population of shimoga district as per 1991 census is around 14,52,320. The eastern part of district comes under the semi-malnad zone with plain topography and occasional chains of hills covered with semi-deciduous vegetation.

Shimoga is origin of rivers Kali, Gangavathi, Sharavathi and tadadi. The other major rivers which flow through the district are Tunga, Bhadra and Varada. The rivers Tunga and Bhadra meets at a place called Koodalgi in shimoga district. Agumbe , a small place , known for its highest rainfall (8000 mm/annum) in southern india hails from this land.

Shimoga district is rich in flora and fauna , the dense forest and gree ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 06 May '09 06:19 pm

 
  
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Bellary
Answered by kish, 06 May '09 04:51 pm

 
  
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Shimoga Dist of Karnataka
Answered by srini, 06 May '09 04:50 pm

 
  
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Not in my district of Thane.
Answered by kumar hariharan, 06 May '09 04:50 pm

 
  
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