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Chinnar River

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[[Image:Map-K-Manjampatti Valley-T.jpg|thumb|200px|”’Chinnar River”’ at the bottom of Manjampatti Valley (top left in this image){{coord|10|21|N|77|13|E|}}]]
The [[Pambar River]] merges with the ”’Chinnar River”’ at [[Koottar]] where a comfortable tree house accommodation is available.<ref>Blue Yonder Holidays Pvt Ltd, Chinnar, the real treasure trove, retrieved 8/30/2007[ Koottar Tree House]</ref> The Chinnar follows the E-W interstate boundary along the northwest edge of the [[Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary]] and becomes the [[Amaravati River]] in [[Tamil Nadu]].

The [[Manjampatti Valley]] catchment basin drains into the Chinnar River. This Valley is drained by the stream Ten Ar and a smaller unnamed stream 2 km to its west. The unnamed stream is the N-S political boundary between Tamil Nadu and Kerala. The top of the ridge to the west above this stream is the western limit of the catchment. This unnamed stream joins the Pambar River at the point they both join the Chinnar River at the north west corner of the Valley. West of this point, the Chinnar River forms the boundary between the [[Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park]] and the Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. East of this point, the Chinnar river becomes the [[Amaravati River]] into Tamil Nadu. There are Kerala and Tamil Nadu border checkpoints along [[State Highway 17 (Tamil Nadu – Kerala, India)|SH 17]] on either side of the river where a road bridge crosses the Chinnar near here.

{{Kaveri River}}


[[Category:Rivers of Kerala]]

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(Via Wikipedia – New pages [en].)

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