The second largest river in Tamilnadu state of India is a long perennial river fed mostly by the southwest monsoon (Thulavarsham) and supplemented by the northeast monsoon (Idavapathi). The slow pace of the river swiftly becomes vigorous during monsoon season. Here is a proof. The river which wets a portion of land in Attappady Reserve Forest in Palakkad district of Kerala shows its force. Will the bridge sink?
Attappadi, one of the prominent forest regions in Kerala, is well known for the tribal settlements here.