Chamaraj nagara district
Chamarajanagar is a district in the southern Karnataka state. Originally a part of the Mysore district, Chamarajanagar is now an independent district. The center of this district is the town of the same name. The main taluks of the Chamarajanagar district are the Chamarajanagar, Yelandur, Gundlupeta and Kollegala. Recently, the Hanoor Taluk was formed.
The Chamarajanagar district on the southern tip of Karnataka can be seen on the map of Baahubali’s right side. The southern inland leafy, evergreen rainforest has a forest line. The district, which is divided into Tamil Nadu and Kerala, is situated between 2.1 km longitude to 1.3 km longitude and 1.3 km longitude. Scattered across the area.
Nilgiris forest range in the Eastern and Western Ghats, and the White Tiger Reserve and Bandipur National Tiger Reserve. Habitat in the area. The highest slopes of the district (it is located near the village of Attikhane), the hill of Mt.
Among the bio-diversity habitats of sandalwood, beetle, horny, eucalyptus and synchronous trees, including insect species. The tributaries of the river, the Suvarnavati Chikkhole Kabini and Gundlu, are tributaries of the Kaveri River, which flows through the district.
They have a dam built here. Jeevandi Kaveri is about 2 km. This is the first hydroelectric plant in Asia to be located in the same district. Next, the Hogenakkal Falls, located at a distance of 4 km from the Mahadeswara Hills, is a natural rock formation.
State, Nation and foreigners’ attractive natural waterfalls of the state, Hoysalas, Vijayanagar, Mysore, Narasamangala near Chamarajanagar, Haradanahalli, Inscription Are historical traces.