Which is best Gaganachukki or Barachukki?

Which is best Gaganachukki or Barachukki?

Have been to both falls of Shivanasamudra. Recently visited Gaganchukki falls and the scenic beauty wàs really good though there was ño enough water flowing down. The monsoon was disappointing this time because of which most of the falls couldn’t achieve there full swing action.

Is Shivanasamudra same as Gaganachukki falls?

The waterfalls are located at a distance of about 139 km from Bangalore and about 60 km from Mysore. The eastern branch of the waterfall is known as Barachukki while the western branch is known as Gaganachukki. Barachukki and Gaganachukki waterfalls are together known as the Shivanasamudra Falls.

What is the good time to visit Shivanasamudra Falls?

The timings for Shivanasamudra falls are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. However, it is advised to visit the falls during the daytime. The best time to visit Shivanasamudra falls is from September to January to witness the best weather and intensity of the waterfall.

Which river flows in Gaganachukki?

Kaveri River

Shivanasamudra Falls
Total height 90 metres (300 ft)
Number of drops Gaganachukki, Bharachukki
Watercourse Kaveri River
Average flow rate 934 cubic metres/s (33,000 cubic ft/s)

What is the name of Gokak Falls?

Popularly known as the Niagara of India, Gokak Falls is one of the prettiest in the country. It sources its water from the Ghataprabha river, which takes a leap of 170 ft over a horseshoe-shaped sandstone cliff after a long winding course. The cliff is nestled in a picturesque gorge of the Gokak Valley.

What district is Gaganachukki falls?

Mandya district
While Gaganachukki is in Malavalli taluk of Mandya district, Bharachukki comes under the jurisdiction of Kollegal taluk of Chamarajanagar district.

Is it safe to go to Shivanasamudra Falls?

Please do not visit now – Shivasamudram Falls.

Where is Shiva Samudra?

Shivanasamudra is a small island town in the Mandya district of Karnataka. It is 65 km east of Mysore and 120 km from Bangalore. Situated on the banks of the River Cauvery, the area is surrounded by forested hills and lush green valleys.