Koyna River Karad

The Koyna River climbs in Mahabaleshwar and is a tributary of the Krishna River in western Maharashtra, India. It ascents close Mahableshwar, a celebrated rise station in the Western Ghats. Not at all like the vast majority of alternate streams in Maharashtra which stream East-West bearing, the Koyna waterway streams in North-South course. The Koyna River is well known for the Koyna Dam and the Koyna Hydroelectric Project. Today the Koyna Hydroelectric Project is the biggest finished hydroelectric extend in India. The store — Shivasagar Lake, is a colossal pool of 50 km lo.

Because of its power creating potential through Koyna Hydroelectric Project, Koyna stream is known as the Life Line of Maharashtra

The stream meets the Krishna River, which is one of the three biggest waterways in southern India by Karad.

The stream is practically 100 meters in width and is moderate streaming. It is an olive shade of green throughout the dry months and a somewhat blue tan in the rainstorm months ascribed to much green growth and amphibian plant life.the seized water of the Koyna Dam however has submerged a lot of Rain woodland of the Western Ghats, it has made a difference a ton to the encompassing woodland by supplying water all adjust the year. Thus a wide biodiversity of plants and creatures is seen in the evergreen woods encompassing the stream.

Geography and history

Mahabaleshwar is the wellspring of five streams specifically Krishna River, Koyna, Venna (Veni), Savitri, and Gayatri. The source is at the Panchaganga sanctuary in old Mahabaleshwar. The fabulous wellspring of the waterway is a spout from the mouth of a statue of a dairy animals in the antiquated sanctuary of Mahadev in Old Mahabaleshwar. Legend has it that Krishna is Lord Vishnu himself as an aftereffect of a condemnation on the trimurtis by Savitri. Likewise, its tributaries Venna and Koyana are said to be Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma themselves. An intriguing thing to recognize is that 4other waterways including Koyna turn out from the cow's mouth separated from Krishna and they all travel some separation before uniting into Krishna. The greatest stream Krishna River that streams crosswise over Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh