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Javadhu Hills ஜவ்வாது மலை காட்டுக்குள் 35km பயணம் Thiruvannamalai, Tirupattur, Vellore, Chennai Near

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Pulimedu waterfalls is located in Vellore district at pulimedu village. 13.5 km from Vellore old bus stand and Vellore fort. and its very nearest from Vellore golden template.

Amirthi Forest

Javadhu Hills

Amirthi Forest

ASIA's Biggest Observatory Kavalur VelloreVainu Bappu Observatory ஆசியாவின் மிகப்பெரிய வானியல் ஆய்வுத் தொலைநோக்கி Vellore

Yelagiri

Jalagamparai Falls Hills Linga Murugar Temple ஜலகம்பாறை நீர்வீழ்ச்சி Tirupattur

இப்படி ஒரு இடம் நம்ம ஊரில் இருக்கா யாருக்கும் தெரியாத இடம் Pulimedu Waterfalls Near Golden Temple

The Javadhu Hills (also Jawadhi, Jawadhu Hills) ( Rainfall clouds producing Hills For North Tamilnadu) ( Ooty of Vellore ) are an extension of the Eastern Ghats spread across parts of Vellore and Tiruvannamalai districts in the northern part of the state of Tamil Nadu in southeastern India. This range separates Vellore and Tiruvannamalai districts. Tirupattur district lies on the north-western side and Tiruvannamalai district lies on the south-eastern side of this range. The towns of Tirupattur, Vaniyambadi and Ambur of Tirupattur district are located on the north western side and the towns of Chengam and Polur of Tiruvannamalai district are located on the south eastern side.

The hills consist of bluish-gray granites, with peaks averaging 3,800–4,000 feet (1,300–1,350 m). About 50 miles (80 km) wide and 20 miles (32 km) long, they are bisected into eastern and western sections by the Cheyyar and Agaram rivers, tributaries of the Palar.

During the British colonisation of India, the Javadhu Hills appeared occasionally in government gazetteers and manuals,ethnographies, and travelers' accounts. Henry le Fanu, writing in 1883, admired the beauty of the Jawadhi hills. The Indian astronomer Vainu Bappu selected the hills as the site of the Kavalur Observatory (VBO), which began operations in 1967. There are few tourist places near Javadhu Hills; Beemanmadavu waterfalls is one of the most frequented one.

Jamanamarathur is one of the larger villages in these hills, populated with around 10,000. With an altitude of 1957m, it is the second village in height in Javadhi hills in Tiruvannamali district. One can reach Jamanamarathur, from west – Vaniyambadi or Tirupattur, from east – Polur and from South Chengum.
Highest peak : 1,400 m

By road : Chennai-Arcot-Arni-Polur-Jamuna Marathur.(JavvadhuHills)
By Road : Chennai-Arcot-Kannamangalam-Amirthi-Jamuna Marathur.(JavvadhuHills)
By Road : Vellore-Vanniyambadi-Amirthi-Jamuna Marathur.(JavvadhuHills)

From Chennai Take NH4, Chennai-Poonamallee Bypass- Arcot and take Arni road, after Arni Bypass take the Polur Road, upon reaching Polur town, ask the route for Aththimur and after Aththimur one can see the sign boards for Jamuna Marathur. The weather and roads are very nice, thanks to Tamil Nadu government and its state highways department for maintaining the roads in good condition. Please Avoid driving at night or dark hours Safe timing for travelling is 6am-5pm, After polur town To jamuna marathur 40 km of Ghat roads, mostly one cannot see any shops or even people. But it is mind blowing road.

The Javadhu Hills (also Jawadhi, Jawadhu Hills) are an extension of the Eastern Ghats spread across parts of Vellore and Tiruvannamalai districts in the northern part of the state of Tamil Nadu in southeastern India.This range separates Vellore and Tiruvannamalai districts. Vellore district lies on the north western side and Tiruvannamalai district lies on the south eastern side of this range. About 50 miles (80 km) wide and 20 miles (32 km) long, they are bisected into eastern and western sections by the Cheyyar and Agaram rivers, tributaries of the Palar. They consist of bluish gray granites, with peaks averaging 3,600–3,800 feet (1,100–1,150 m). the Beemanmadavu waterfalls.

The Indian astronomer Vaiu Bappu selected the hills as the site of the Kavalur Observatory (VBO), which began operations in 1967. The towns of Tirupattur, Vaniyambadi and Ambur of Vellore district are located on the north western side and the towns of Chengam and Polur of Tiruvannamalai district are located on the south eastern side .

During the British colonisation of India, the Javadhu Hills appeared occasionally in government gazetteers and manuals, ethnographies, and travelers’ accounts. Henry le Fanu, writing in 1883, admired the beauty of the Jawadhi hills,
waterfalls in vellore
“The Barahmahal hills to the west are somewhat bare
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    1. TAMIL GOLD தமிழ் கோல்ட்

      Assalaamu Alaikum Bro, number கிடைக்குமா?? அங்க இடம் பாக்கணும்.. உங்கள contact பண்ண முடியுமா??

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