KABINI River

By | 7/29/2009 04:29:00 AM 10 comments
The KABINI,also called KABINI and KAPILA is a river of southern India( Kerala).It originates in Wayanad District of Kerala state,south India from the confluence of the Panamaram River and Mananthavady River,and flows eastward to join the Kaveri River at Tirumakudal Narasipur in Karnataka,which empties into the Bay of Bengal.
Pictures of Kabani river.


Close to the town of H D Kote it forms the huge Kabini Reservoir.The backwaters of the Kabini reservoir are very rich in wildlife especially in summer when the water level recedes to form rich grassy meadows.The Kabini dam is 2,284 feet (696 m) in height with a gross storage of 19.52tmcft but has reduced considerably due to silt accumulation.Kabini Dam is situated between villages Beechanahalli and Bidarahalli having distance of 14KM from H.D.Kote town,Mysore district.


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10 comments:

amit said...

nice place to visit, thanx for using the picture due to which we are able to see the beautiful nature

jong said...

yeah, I agree with amit..It is indeed a nice place...thanks for posting it in your blog because we have seen how beautiful nature is..

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LaRaish said...

nice you love nature right...keep up the good blog

Karl Lopez said...

KABINI River is nice in pictures...i think the place is really nice then..

jhonson blog said...

beautifull scenery..nice blog :)

Red^L!SteD said...

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Danil Edan said...

beatiful....so beatifull

Kerala is a place with many good destinations to visit and enjoy the vacation. India Tourism provides many opportunities to see all the natural beauty in India. In Kerala Tourism tourist will get all the opportunities to see the Kerala destinations like backwaters, houseboats, temples, etc.