Valara

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Valara
—  village  —
Valara
Location of Valara
in Kerala and India
Coordinates10°18′36″N 76°29′45″E / 10.31°N 76.49583°E / 10.31; 76.49583Coordinates: 10°18′36″N 76°29′45″E / 10.31°N 76.49583°E / 10.31; 76.49583
CountryIndia
StateKerala
District(s)Idukki
Subdistrict(s)Devikulam
Nearest cityKochi
Parliamentary constituencyIdukki
Assembly constituencyDevikulam
Time zoneIST (UTC+05:30)
 
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Valara
—  village  —
Valara
Location of Valara
in Kerala and India
Coordinates10°18′36″N 76°29′45″E / 10.31°N 76.49583°E / 10.31; 76.49583Coordinates: 10°18′36″N 76°29′45″E / 10.31°N 76.49583°E / 10.31; 76.49583
CountryIndia
StateKerala
District(s)Idukki
Subdistrict(s)Devikulam
Nearest cityKochi
Parliamentary constituencyIdukki
Assembly constituencyDevikulam
Time zoneIST (UTC+05:30)

Valara (Malayalam: വാളറ) is located in between the two towns Neriamangalam the east side border of Ernakulam District and Adimali of Kochi - Madurai National Highway (NH-49). It is in Idukki district, Kerala, at a distance of 14 km from Adimali. The main attraction of this place is Valara waterfalls. Which is in the Deviyar river, a small river originating from western ghats, passing through Adimali Grama Panchayath. It is considered as one of the major waterfalls in Kerala state. The Thottiyar Hydro Electric project, the upcoming project by Kerala State Electricity Board is very close to this waterfall.

Valara has chain of waterfalls surrounded by thick green forests. Cheeyappara Waterfall is nearby.

Geography

It is located at 10°18′36″N 76°29′45″E / 10.31°N 76.49583°E / 10.31; 76.49583.[1]

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