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The Amaravati River is a tributary of Kaveri River in southern India. The Amaravati River begins in the Anjanda valley of Kerala State in India. The location of this river is in between the Aanamalai Hills and the Palni Hills near the bottom of Manjampatti Valley. The Pambar and Chinnar rivers feed it. It descends in a northerly direction through Amaravathi Reservoir and Dam at Amaravathinagar, later it was joined by the Kallapuram River at the mouth of the Ajanda valley in Udumalaipettai. It joins with the Kaveri in Karur, also known as thirumukkudal. Amaravati is one of the pilgrimmages in India.
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