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The pool of the colour of burnished copper is the 'pit stop' for the cascading water. The streams regroup, pause for a breath as it were, and continue to flow westward. The Mahatma Gandhi Power Station here produces a small amount of power and the Sharavathi Power Station downstream produces a lot more. For many years, people were allowed to trek down to the bottom despite the presence of wet, slippery rocks along the way. So the view from the bottom was restricted to the lion-hearted.



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