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Coleroon River, a major waterway of the Tiruchirapalli and Thanjavur districts, is formed by the bifurcation of the Cauvery at Srirangam. This northern branch of the Cauvery flows through the Chidambaram taluk for 36 miles and finally joins the Bay of Bengal 6 miles south of Porto-Novo (Parangipettai).

The famous Sri Ranganathasamy temple is situated near the Coleroon.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Tiruchirapalli


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