Worlds Second Tastiest Water – Siruvani

Worlds Second Tastiest Water – Siruvani


Siruvani water is that the world’s second tastiest water and Coimbatore owns it. Water from Siruvani River is noted for its taste and mineral properties, and the view from the falls and therefore the dam could be a nice tourist attraction.

Nearly 72 million liters were being provided for the Coimbatore Corporation areas, the remainder visited wayside habitations. The South-West Monsoon is providing us with fairly sensible rain that avoids the scarcity of Siruvani water.

There are two sources of drinking water for Coimbatore City: Siruvani and Pillur. The town receives about 70 million liters per day (MLD) of installation from the Siruvani scheme and 35 MLD from the Pillur scheme (1999). The entire offer of water from Siruvani is delivered by gravity whereas the Pillur scheme needs pumping.

The river is very much familiar and it is well-known for its tasty water. This Siruvani waterfall is the chief source to supply water to Coimbatore city. With an outstanding panoramic view, both the dam and waterfalls are extremely beautiful and breathe taking. The dam is interlinked by tunnels and canals for confining Aliyar, Parambikulam, Nirar, Sholiyar, Thunakadavu, Palar, Thekadi rivers for the purpose of generating power and irrigation.

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