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Nature’s Mirror: The Serene Blue Muvattupuzha River at Dawn

The clam waters full up to the banks of the Muvattupuzha river of central Kerala lie like a corrugated mirror reflecting the vegetation on its banks, the clouds and sky of the early morning in a blue-and-yellow haze as upstream a light mist hangs over the bridge. This photo was taken early morning from a train as it passed over the ...

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The Muvattupuzha River – Calm and Beautiful

The serene waters of the Muvattupuzha River flow flat and calm, filled to the brim flanked by greenery on both sides as she makes her way to join the Arabian Sea at Poothotta, showing a real example of Kerala’s natural beauty. The picture was taken from the Railway Bridge near the Piravom Road Railway Station. The area itself is rocky ...

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The Muvattupuzha River as seen from near Piravom Road

The Very Blue Muvattupuzha River

The very blue and very calm Muvattupuzha River serenely turns a bend just after the Piravom Road Railway Station on her way towards her destination north of Vaikom, near Poothotta, where she drains into the Vembanad Lake. The river also gives the name to the town and taluk of Muvattupuzha, Kerala, on the foot of the Western Ghats. When you ...

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