Noyyal River

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The Noyyal River is a small river in Western Tamil Nadu, and a tributary of Kaveri River.wikipedia
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Karur district

Karurin the district
It rises from the Vellingiri hills in the Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu, very close to Kerala border, and flows through many villages and the cities of Coimbatore, and Tirupur finally draining into the Kaveri River at Noyyal, a village in Karur district named after the river itself. Noyyal contains two major dam Orathuppalayam (Near Chennimalai) and Aathupalayam Dam (Near Vellakoil) commissioned in the aim of irrigating about 20,000 acres of land in Tirupur and Karur districts.

Alluvium

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The river has a valley fill (made of alluvial kankar soil) over a stretch of 25 km and a depth of 198 ft. It extends from the origin of the river at Kooduthurai (in Madhvarayapuram, 30 km west of the city) to the Ukkadam Tank on the city border.

Kankar

The river has a valley fill (made of alluvial kankar soil) over a stretch of 25 km and a depth of 198 ft. It extends from the origin of the river at Kooduthurai (in Madhvarayapuram, 30 km west of the city) to the Ukkadam Tank on the city border.

Vellakoil

Vellakovil
Noyyal contains two major dam Orathuppalayam (Near Chennimalai) and Aathupalayam Dam (Near Vellakoil) commissioned in the aim of irrigating about 20,000 acres of land in Tirupur and Karur districts.

Tiruppur district

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Noyyal contains two major dam Orathuppalayam (Near Chennimalai) and Aathupalayam Dam (Near Vellakoil) commissioned in the aim of irrigating about 20,000 acres of land in Tirupur and Karur districts.

Check dam

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The river has 23 check dams.

Economy of Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu
Non-perennial rivers include the Vellar, Noyyal, Suruli, Siruvani, Gundar, Vaipar, Valparai and Varshali.

List of rivers of Tamil Nadu

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Out of the below rivers, Kaveri, Palar,Thenpennai are the three largest rivers of Tamilnadu followed by Vaigai River, Noyyal River, Cheyyar River, Then Pennai, Vellar River, Vellaaru River, Moyar River, Pampar River, Bhavani River, Thamirabarani River, Vaippar River are the major rivers in Tamil Nadu.

Singanallur Lake

Singanallur
The lake is fed by canals derived from Noyyal river.

Ungampalayam

The village is on the banks of Noyyal River.

Coimbatore district

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The Noyyal River runs through Coimbatore and forms the southern boundary of the old city limits.

Erode

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The Amaravathy, Noyyal, Bhavani, and Kaveri rivers flow into the city.

Erode district

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The three major tributaries of the Kaveri, the Bhavani, Noyyal and Amaravati, run across the long stretch of mountains in the north.

Kousika River

Kousika River,Coimbatore
20 km) and the Noyyal River run north and south side of Kousika River in Coimbatore.

Nilakandaeshwarar Temple

Nilakandaeshwarar Temple was constructed by Karikala Chola in 433 AD near Noyyal river in Irugur, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu.

Ukkadam Lake

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The lake is fed by canals derived from Noyyal river.

Perur Pateeswarar Temple

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The temple is located 7 km west of the Noyyal River and has been patronized by poets like Arunagirinathar and Kachiappa Munivar.

Sulur

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The town is divided into two parts by the holy Noyyal River.

Ondipudur

Ondipudur lies at the easternmost part of Coimbatore city separated from other part of city by the Noyyal river in west, Airport terminal area in the far north and railway bridge in east, also by loop of same Noyyal river which separates the town by a semi circular loop.

Kodumanal

It is located on the northern banks of Noyyal River, a tributary of the Cauvery.

Vellalore

Vellalur
It is at 13 km east of the heart of the city Coimbatore, situated on the southern bank of the River Noyyal.

Coimbatore bypass

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The first section also included the construction of a new 32.2m bridge over the Noyyal, at Aathupalam, with a toll period of 21 years, till 2018.