Ettipothala falls - Stamp exhibition special cover cancellation

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    Ettipothala falls - Stamp exhibition special cover cancellation

    Ettipothala Waterfalls special cover Issued on 14th March 2007 in NALPEX 2007 philatelic exhibition.

    Ethipothala in Telugu(Indian regional language) means to 'lift and pour'

    Ettipothala Waterfalls located in six kilometer from the northwest of Macherla in Guntur district of Seemandhra, India.

    The beautiful hill stream Chandravanka cascades joins the Krishna river falling from a height of 21 metres.

    Etthipothala Waterfalls  is a group of three small rivers, they are Nakkala Vagu, Tummala Vagu, Chandravanka Vagu.

    Ettipothala Waterfalls is one of the ideal picnic spot for everyone. It is close to the famous Buddhist sites. One of the pecularity is that there is   a crocodile breeding centre has been located here by the Forests Department  and the water bodies are use for that. The locality is suitable for trekking and camping. The rising place of the river Chandra Vanka is at Muthukuru, on the eastern part of the Nallamala hills. The river falls from a great height before it joins the Tumurukota reserve forest and this place called “Ethipothala water falls” finally joins the Krishna river.

    Near by Places

    1. Nagarjuna Sagar Dam

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