Talakaveri Temple, Talacauvery
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Talakaveri Temple is located in Talacauvery. Using our online itinerary creator, Talacauvery attractions like Talakaveri Temple can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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If you are religious than a must visit place when In Coorg. Also the drive from Madikeri to TalaCauvery is to die for. Pristine nature awaits you. The place is much cooler than Madikeri and at quite a... read more »
Great enchanting nature awaits you at this holy place considered to be the ' ugam' of cavery river. Visited with my wife and did puja.
If you are religious than a must visit place when In Coorg or kodagu all should follow the protocol it's must and should to visit this place at the same time you can enjoy some breathtaking view of we... read more »
VISHNU PRANEETH REDDY BATHALA
Been here once , This is the place where Kaveri River starts that's the reason it named as Thala Cavery (Thala Kaveri) , Through out the way to this place there is plenty of greenery and it got beautiful landscapes and temple must see place in karnataka
The place where one of the largest South Indian river originates; Kaveri. The place is extremely good to visit in any season due the fact that the climate here changes every 5 minutes. It is cold and hazy mostly with a few moments of sunshine. The fog and cloud cover make this place worth a visit. Devotees will find this place worth the climb of the mountain as they seek the origin of the river Kaveri and a chance to worship Matha Kaveri in her own abode!
Raneesh v komath
Tala Kaveri temple have a scenic view of Western Ghats though the steps to viewing point may be a hurdle for senior citizens. Temple is dedicated to Kaveri river and one can pray at the ' imaginary ' starting point of the great river which is the blood line for both Karnataka and Tamilnadu. Roadside dwellers sells locally sourced fruits and nuts. The toilet complex is clean. NB: You have to keep the footwear at a shop near entrance for a small price to enter the temple. Except that there is no specific dress code but apply discretion.
Heaven on earth! At least in this part of India it is. Mesmerising view, clouds whizzing past you. Even the atheist will turn devout in such conditions. Its ok to climb the stairs to the hill top above the temple but beware of sharp rocks if you decide to stroll around there. They should do something about that stretch.
Very Peaceful temple where they worship the river Kaveri if you can climb the 200+ steps to view the birds eye view of the place it is worth it!
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