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Sangameswarar Temple located on a small island-like confluence spot at the confluence Rivers Kaveri, Bhavani, and Amudha join together in Bhavani of Erode district in Tamil Nadu

The Triveni Sangam in Erode is a confluence of 3 rivers, the Cauvery, Bhavani and Amudha. Of these three, the river Amudha is invisible and is said to flow underground and join the other two rivers from below. It is also called as Kooduthurai, where the famous Sangameswarar Temple is located. It is the well-known Tiriveni Sangama of South India. Pic of - Kaveri River -

Erode better known as the Turmeric city or Yellow city, is located at the center of South Indian state in Tamilnadu and about 400km of Chennai. The city is situated on the banks of the river Kaveri. The story behind the name of Erode (wet skull) is that the river Kaveri had contained the skulls and bones of Dakshyayini wife of Lord Shiva which remained wet always.

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Sathyamangalam

Nice and colorful tall statue of Panchmukhi Hanuman is located at SATHYAMANGALAM (also known as Sathy) town belongs to ERODE district in the Indian state of TAMIL NADU. Sathy lies on the banks of River Bhavani, a tributary of Kaveri in the foothills of the Western Ghats. It is situated at a distance of 65 kms from the district headquarters Erode connected through State Highway 15 via Gobichettipalayam and 68 kms from the city Coimbatore via NH-209.

Sage Agasthiar made a Lingam out of sand and placed it on the hillock in the middle of the river Cauvery, garlanded the Lingam with his Rudhratcha Malai and sat in deep meditation

Erode Sri Raghavendra Temple Workship at the bank cauvery river | காவிரிக் கரையில் மந்த்ராலய மகான் ! | சக்தி விகடன் - 2015-07-07

Kooduthurai - The Triveni Sangam in Erode is a confluence of 3 rivers, the Cauvery, Bhavani and Amudha. Of these three, the river Amudha is invisible and is said to flow underground and join the other two rivers from below. It is also called as Kooduthurai, where the famous Sangameswarar Temple is located.

Walking India Day 16: 15/07/2015 Crossed the Cauvery this morning the main river is incredible - at least a kilometre wide in places. Unfortunately the tributaries that wind through the neighbouring towns of Erode and Bhavani are so heavily polluted it's difficult to tell if there's any water in them under the black sludge and the piles of litter... and the herds of happily rummaging pigs that wade through the river channels. #India #Explore #vsco #ourcamplife #sonya6000 #instatravel…