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23.01.2019 13:07:45
Can you dare to dip your feet into Thalayanai Waterfalls? Yes bathing is permitt
Can you dare to dip your feet into Thalayanai Waterfalls? Yes bathing is permitted. A must visit place and feel the ice cold natural water. #traveldiaries#insta#igersindia#naturelovers#solo#travelgram#igers#tamilnadutourism#igersindia#instagram#instatravel#pix#instapic#instaphoto#igersworldwide#nature_prefection#green#waterfall
13.01.2019 16:47:15
The aqueduct is built across the Parali river, a small river that originates in
The aqueduct is built across the Parali river, a small river that originates in the Mahendragiri Hills of the Western Ghats. Mathoor Aqueduct itself carries water of the Pattanamkal canal for irrigation over the Parali, from one hill to another, for a distance of close to one kilometer. This aqueduct is needed because of the undulating land terrain of the area, which is also adjacent to the hills of the Western Ghats. Mathoor Aqueduct is a concrete structure supported by 28 huge pillars, the maximum height of the pillars reaching 115 ft. The trough structure is 7 ft in height, with a width of 7.5 ft. The trough is partly covered with concrete slabs, allowing people to walk on the bridge and to see the water going through the trough. Some of the pillars are set in rocks of the Pahrali river, though some of the pillars are set in hills on either side. There is road access to one end of the aqueduct and to the foot of the aqueduct (the level where the Pahrali flows) on the opposite side. There is a huge flight of stairs, made more recently, that allows one to climb from the level of the Pahrali river to the trough. Irrigation water flows through the trough for a large part of the year, except in the summer (from February to May). #tamilnadutourism#india#kik#insta#traveldiaries#solo#solotravel#mathurthottipalam#travelgram
13.01.2019 08:30:47
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