Eastern Ghats

EasternEastern GhatPūrva GhaṭMahendra
The Eastern Ghats are a discontinuous range of mountains along India's eastern coast.wikipedia
470 Related Articles

Tamil Nadu

TamilnaduTamil Nadu, IndiaTamil
The Eastern Ghats run from the northern Odisha through Andhra Pradesh to Tamil Nadu in the south passing some parts of Karnataka and in the Wayanad district of Kerala.
It is bounded by the Eastern Ghats on the north, by the Nilgiri Mountains, the Meghamalai Hills, and Kerala on the west, by the Bay of Bengal in the east, by the Gulf of Mannar and the Palk Strait on the southeast, and by the Indian Ocean on the south.

Deccan Plateau

DeccanDeccan regionDeccan Peninsula
The Deccan Plateau lies to the west of the range, between the Eastern Ghats and Western Ghats.
The plateau is located between two mountain ranges, the Western Ghats and the Eastern Ghats, each of which rises from its respective nearby coastal plain, and almost converge at the southern tip of India.

Coromandel Coast

CoromandelCoramandel coastCoromandal Coast
The coastal plains, including the Coromandel Coast region, lie between the Eastern Ghats and the Bay of Bengal. They run in a nearly north-south alignment, parallel to the Coromandel Coast for close to 430 km between the Krishna and Pennar rivers.
The Coromandel Coast is the southeastern coast region of the Indian subcontinent, bounded by the Utkal Plains to the north, the Bay of Bengal to the east, the Kaveri delta to the south, and the Eastern Ghats to the west, extending over an area of about 22,800 square kilometres.

Western Ghats

SahyadriWestern GhatSahyadris
The Eastern Ghats are not as high as the Western Ghats. The Biligiriranga Hills, which run east from the Western Ghats to the River Kaveri, form a forested ecological corridor that connects the Eastern and Western Ghats, and allows the second-largest wild Asian elephant population in India to range between the South Eastern Ghats, the Biligiriranga Hills and Nilgiri Hills, and the South Western Ghats.
Ghat, a term used in the Indian subcontinent, depending on the context could either refer to a range of stepped-hill such as the Eastern Ghats and Western Ghats; or the series of steps leading down to a body of water or wharf, such bathing or cremation place along the banks of a river or pond, Ghats in Varanasi, Dhoby Ghaut or Aapravasi Ghat.

Mahanadi

Mahanadi RiverMahanadhiMahanadhi River
Godavari, Mahanadi, Krishna, and Kaveri.
The hills here are an extension of the Eastern Ghats and are a source of many other streams which then go on to join the Mahanadi.

India

IndianRepublic of IndiaIND
The Eastern Ghats are a discontinuous range of mountains along India's eastern coast.
To the south, the remaining peninsular landmass, the Deccan Plateau, is flanked on the west and east by coastal ranges known as the Western and Eastern Ghats; the plateau contains the country's oldest rock formations, some over one billion years old.

Godavari River

GodavariRiver GodavariGodavari river basin
Godavari, Mahanadi, Krishna, and Kaveri.
Within the state of Andhra Pradesh, it flows through hilly terrain of the Eastern Ghats known as the Papi hills which explains the narrowing of its bed as it flows through a gorge for a few km, only to re-widen at Polavaram.

Kalrayan Hills

KalrayanKalvarayan Hills
North of the Kaveri River are the higher Kollimalai, Pachaimalai, Shevaroy (Servarayan), Kalrayan Hills, Chitteri, Javadhu Hills, Palamalai and Mettur Hills in northern Tamil Nadu state.
The Kalvarayan Hills are a major range of hills situated in the Eastern Ghats of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Andhra Pradesh

AndhraAPAndhra Pradesh State
The Eastern Ghats run from the northern Odisha through Andhra Pradesh to Tamil Nadu in the south passing some parts of Karnataka and in the Wayanad district of Kerala.
The state has varied topography ranging from the hills of Eastern Ghats and Nallamala Hills to the shores of Bay of Bengal that supports varied ecosystems, the rich diversity of flora and fauna.

Shevaroy Hills

ShevaroysShevaroyServarayan hills
North of the Kaveri River are the higher Kollimalai, Pachaimalai, Shevaroy (Servarayan), Kalrayan Hills, Chitteri, Javadhu Hills, Palamalai and Mettur Hills in northern Tamil Nadu state. The hill station of Yercaud is located in the Shevaroy Hills.
It is one of the major hill stations in Tamil Nadu and in the Eastern Ghats.

Biligiriranga Hills

Biligirirangan HillsBR HillsB R Hills
The Biligiriranga Hills, which run east from the Western Ghats to the River Kaveri, form a forested ecological corridor that connects the Eastern and Western Ghats, and allows the second-largest wild Asian elephant population in India to range between the South Eastern Ghats, the Biligiriranga Hills and Nilgiri Hills, and the South Western Ghats.
Being at the starting point of the Eastern Ghats and very close to Western Ghats, the sanctuary is home to eco-systems that are unique to both the mountain ranges.

Khondalite

The Eastern Ghats are made up of charnockites, granite gneiss, khondalites, metamorphic gneisses and quartzite rock formations.
Khondalite is found in the Eastern Ghats between Vijayawada and Cuttack in India.

Pachaimalai Hills

PachaimalaiPachamalai
North of the Kaveri River are the higher Kollimalai, Pachaimalai, Shevaroy (Servarayan), Kalrayan Hills, Chitteri, Javadhu Hills, Palamalai and Mettur Hills in northern Tamil Nadu state.
The Pachaimalai Hills, (Tamil : பச்சைமலை), also known as the Pachais, are low mountain range in the Eastern Ghats System.

Chitteri

North of the Kaveri River are the higher Kollimalai, Pachaimalai, Shevaroy (Servarayan), Kalrayan Hills, Chitteri, Javadhu Hills, Palamalai and Mettur Hills in northern Tamil Nadu state.
sitheri Hills (654.52 km²) are one of the segments of Eastern Ghats of Tamil Nadu, within the geographical limit of 78°15’−78°45’E longitude and 11°44’−12°08’N latitude.

Penna River

PennarPenner RiverPenna
They run in a nearly north-south alignment, parallel to the Coromandel Coast for close to 430 km between the Krishna and Pennar rivers.
The river basin lies in the rain shadow region of Eastern Ghats and receives 500 mm average rainfall annually.

Seshachalam Hills

Seshachalam
The Tirumala Hills are located along the Seshachalam-Velikonda Range of the Eastern Ghats.
The Seshachalam Hills are hilly ranges part of the Eastern Ghats in southern Andhra Pradesh state, in southeastern India.

Tirumala ghat roads

Tirumala ghat roadTirupati – Tirumala Ghat roadtwo road ways
It is seen at the steep natural slopes, road scars and ravines in the Tirumala ghat roads in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh.
They are in Seshachalam Hills range in Pūrva Ghaṭ.

Arma Konda

The Madugula Konda range is higher than the Maliyas and generally ranges between elevations of 1100–1400 m. Prominent summits include the highest peak of the Eastern Ghats - Arma Konda (1680 m), Gali Konda (1643 m) and Sinkram Gutta (1620 m).
Arma Konda or Sitamma Konda or Jindhagada, is a mountain peak in the northern part of the Eastern Ghats and located in Godavari river basin.

Koraput district

KoraputKoraput District Athletic Association
The highest mountain peak in the state of Odisha is Deomali (1672 m), which is situated in the Koraput district of southern Odisha.
It is located along the Eastern Ghats.

Tirupati

TirupathiThirupathiTirupati (city)
Its northern boundaries are marked by the flat Palnadu basin, while in the south it merges with the Tirupati hills.
It lies at the foot of Seshachalam Hills of Eastern Ghats which were formed during Precambrian era.

Namakkal

Dharmapuri ,Namakkal
The Kolli Hills is the Southern end of Eastern Ghats up to the SH161 of Namakkal-Thuraiyur road.
It is close to Kolli Hills - which is part of the Eastern Ghats.

Yercaud

Yercaud, Tamil NaduYercaud, Tamilnadu
The hill station of Yercaud is located in the Shevaroy Hills.
It is located in the Shevaroys range of hills in the Eastern Ghats.

Deomali (mountain)

DeomaliDeomali Peak
The highest mountain peak in the state of Odisha is Deomali (1672 m), which is situated in the Koraput district of southern Odisha.
Deomali, is a mountain peak in the Chandragiri-Pottangi subrange of the Eastern Ghats.

Kiliyur Falls

Kiliyur Falls Yercaud
There are waterfalls in remote areas, such as the Kiliyur Falls.
Kiliyur Falls is a waterfall in the Shervaroyan hill range in the Eastern Ghats, Tamil nadu, India.

Champavathi River

River ChampavathiChampavathi
River Champavathi is a small river which originates in the Eastern Ghats at an altitude of 1,200 metres above mean sea level near Andra village and flows eastwards and joins the Bay of Bengal near the village Konada.