Belagavi Nala

Belagavi Nala is a river of southern India. It rises at Laxmi Tekdi in Belgaum city of Karnataka state,[1] flows towards South-eastern side of the Belagavi city and flows through Camp, Station Road, Shastry Nagar, Shivaji Garden and Vishwakarmanagar right up to Old PB Road, before reaching its confluence into the Bellary Nala at Laxminagar in Belgaum.[2]

Belagavi Nala
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationLaxmi Tekdi, Belgaum, Karnataka, India
 • elevation760m
Mouth 
 • location
Bellary Nala, near Laxminagar, Belgaum, Karnataka, India
 • elevation
740m
Length10.5 km (6.5 mi)

Current stateEdit

Nala, often termed in the context of sewage drain, has now become a reality of the people of Belagavi. The design proposal for Revitalisation project looks at a fundamental and a pragamatic solution of claiming back the water streams from these nalas and develop them into a green network which allows for pedestrian and bicycle connections, public greens and connected ecological corridors for reviewing the landscape of Belagavi.[3][4]

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Coordinates: 12°28′04″N 80°09′16″E / 12.46778°N 80.15444°E / 12.46778; 80.15444