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Kaveri River System: Detailed Outline (for UPSC CSE)
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This lesson provides a detailed outline on yet another peninsular river i.e Kaveri River. One will come across the facts related to its rise, its flow path, and much more. The tributaries of Kaveri river are explained in detail with the help of proper pictorial representation. ​

Bhumika Saini
B Tech from MNIT, Jaipur. Appeared in CSE interview thrice. Loves teaching and playing badminton.

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sir your way of teaching is amazing.... really helpful.
a little correction is needed in this lecture because Godavari is known as Dakshina Ganga and Kaveri known as Dakshin BHARAT ki Ganga .
Mam, You mentioned both Godavari and Kaveri as Dakshin Ganga, but NCERT saya Godavari as Dakshin Ganga. Also, please do reply to the quetions in the comments, so that we understand why both are called Dakshin Gangas and we too feel confident about your courses, if there is an interaction
Naveen Vankudoth
3 years ago
Same doubt
Vishnu Sharma
3 years ago
same doubt
Vishal Singh
3 years ago
Godawari is called dakshin ganga and kaveri is called ganga of south. ...very clear
Hello mam.. In your lecture, you've mentioned kaveri as dakshin ganga. I think River Godavari is known as dakshin ganga..I searched it on google
Arfan Syed
2 years ago
yes bro its gadavari not kaveri
Hi All, Please find the above slides as pdf in the below link. I created it for myself as notes. Hope it helps. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B8SxkaYKBT7wYlViN3ZLSzJwd28?usp=sharing @Unacedemy - Let me know if there is any issue regarding the same.
Godavari and Kaveri both are known as Dakshin Ganga? you have mentioned it for both the river
  1. Course: Become well-versed with the Drainage System of India Lesson: Kaveri River System OU Presented by Bhumika Saini


  2. B Tech from MNIT, Jaipur Appeared in CSE interview thrice Three years of experience in teaching .Course fee: CONTRIBUTE Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.in/user/BhumikaSaini About me


  3. . Also known as Dakshina Ganga. Rises from Talakaveri in the Brahmagiri Hills of the Western Ghats in Kodagu district of Karnataka It flows through the states of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu . Forms a wide delta called the "garden of southern India KAVERI Forms awide deltacaled the' garden of soustherm Indiat Forms a wide delta called the "garden of southern India


  4. Shimsha Hemavati Arkavathy Kabini Tributaries Lakshmana Tirtha Noyyal Amaravati Bhavani


  5. l 2 K. 3 5 I. SHlMSHA 2. AKRAVATL 3. LAKSHMANTIRTHA ARA 6. NoYyAL


  6. It is an important tributary of the Kaveri River tis an important ributary of the Kaveri River . It rises from the Western Ghats in the Chikmangalur District of Karnataka HEMAVATI Flows through Chikkamagalur district before joining the Kaveri . Flows through Chikkamagalur, Hassan District and Mysore


  7. . It originates in the Tumkur District of Karnataka Markonahalli Dam is a dam built across the river Shimsha in the SHIMSHA Tumkur district Shimsha has a waterfall at Shimshapura in Malavalli Talulk This is also the location of the Shimsha Hydro Electric Project


  8. Originates at Nandi Hills in Karnataka . Flows through Kolar District and Bangalore Rural district . The picturesque Chunchi waterfall on the Arkavathi River attracts AKRAVATHY The picturesque Chunchi waterfall on the Arkavathi River attracts RIVER numerous tourists


  9. It rises in the Brahmagii Range in the Kodagu district of It rises in the Brahmagiri Range in the Kodagu district of Karnataka, bordering the Wayanad district of Kerala . It flows eastward and joins the Kaveri River in the Krishna Raia LAKSHMANA TIRRTHA It flows eastward and joins the Kaveri River in the Krishna Raja Sagara Lake Ramathirtha is its major tributary


  10. l 2 K. 3 5 I. SHlMSHA 2. AKRAVATL 3. LAKSHMANTIRTHA ARA 6. NoYyAL


  11. It rises from the Vellingiri hills in the Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu Noyyal joins with river Cauvery in Erode District. The place is also called Noyyal . The 173 km long tributary of the Kaveri River filled 32 tanks . These interconnecting tanks held the water flowing from the NOYYAL RIVER Noyyal