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Cauvery Basin is a region in the south of Karnataka State.

Lakshmi Narayanaswamy temple at Harohalli riverside, Pandavapura


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Agni Nethramba Temple, Thandavapura
 
Chinnada Gudi Hundi Temple, Nanjangud
  • 1 Belur — the capital of the Hoysalla dynasty and Hale Belur the older capital
  • 2 Chikmagalur — a city in Karnataka, known for its coffee plantations and Bababudan Giri ranges
  • 3 Kushal Nagar — largest Coffee Processing/Exporting City in India
  • 4 Hassan — a small town with notable architecture, greenery and Gorur Dam
  • 5 Madikeri — a hill station and capital of Kodagu.
  • 6 Mandya — an agricultural town and the headquarters of the Mandya district in Karnataka
  • 7 Mysore — is officially known as Mysuru and is Karnataka's second biggest city in Southern India
  • 8 Somwarpet — best quality Coffee Producing region in India
  • 9 Srirangapatna — a town in the Mandya district of great religious, cultural and historic importance

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Map of Cauvery Basin
  • 1 Bandipur National Park — famous for its tiger and elephant reserve and protected sandalwood trees
  • 3 Bylakupee — the largest Tibetan settlement outside of Tibet
  • 4 Hebbe Falls — located in the middle of the Kodays coffee estate, near Kemmannagundi
  • 7 Kokkare Bellur (Kokkrebellur)— a village famous for its rare birds

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Kannada is the most widely spoken language in the Cauvery Basin, and people in urban areas can also understand English and Hindi.

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