Digital Dimdima
-By Jayanthi Mahalingam
The Kaveri in Mythology
The Kaveri in Kodagu
Meet the Kodavas
The first Tributary
The Kaveri Enters Mysore
An Ancient Dam
Visweswaraya's Dream
A Dream Fulfilled
Mysore's Guardian Angel
In Tipu's Domain
The Great Temples
The Shifting Sands
Sand Covered Temples
The Goat's Leap
The Kaveri in Tamil Nadu
The Last Island
An Outpouring of Music
The Temple Trail
Journey's End



One of the seven major rivers of India, the Kaveri is revered as Dakshina Ganga, the Ganges of the South, Ponni, the Golden one, Akanda, the indivisible and Annapoorna, the Giver of Plenty. She is 765-km long lifeline for the people of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

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