Thusharagiri Falls

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Thusharagiri Falls
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Location Kozhikode district, Kerala, India
Coordinates 11°28′21.24″N76°3′13.43″E / 11.4725667°N 76.0537306°E / 11.4725667; 76.0537306 Coordinates: 11°28′21.24″N76°3′13.43″E / 11.4725667°N 76.0537306°E / 11.4725667; 76.0537306
Total height75 metres (246 ft)
WatercourseChalippuzha River

Thusharagiri Falls is a waterfall located in Kozhikode district in the Indian state of Kerala, India.


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Two streams originating from the Western Ghats meet here to form the Chalippuzha River. The river diverges into three waterfalls creating a snowy spray, which gives the name, 'Thusharagiri' a word which means the snow-capped mountain. Of the three waterfalls, the highest is the Thenpara, falling from an altitude of 75 metres (246 ft). The other two are the Erattumukku falls and Mazhavil Chattam falls. [1] [2]

Thusharagiri bridge

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Thusharagir arch bridge

Thusharagiri bridge is located at Chalippuzha near thusharagiri waterfalls. This is one of the tallest arch bridge in Kerala.

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