Saturday, June 9, 2012

A Window to a Paradise …Mattu - Pitrodi - Padukere

Lonely white sand beaches, Meandering River, Beautiful islands all together it’s truly a window to a paradise. Known for its pristine and virginal beauty, Padukere Beach and Mattu beaches are visited by those who love solitude. There are not tourist crowded or beach activities on these beaches because of the fishing population and emphasis on fishing it’s pristine, clean and scenic. At Padukere River meets the Arabian Sea you also have a beautiful, virtually unexplored beaches across 10 kilometers costal bed from Mattu to Padukere.
 The location is beautiful because it is at this point that Udyavara River merges into the Arabian Ocean. The river Udyavara that flows from the east to west takes a northerly turn and separates the town Udyavara from the sea before joining the sea at Malpe.
The river has several islets (Jaru kudru & Parangi kudru) and its long and broad stretch is safe for navigation and anchored. Also, the river has created an enchanting scene with beautiful green belt on either side. There is a small southward blind tributary to River Udyavara that flows (or rather fills up) mainly during the rainy season.
Mattu is famous for its fields of a green colored roundest Brinjals. Mattu Beach is also not much known, on the most part and you'll find yourself pretty much alone there. A tar road is nicely laid in between the river and the beach. Sea shore looked monotonously same, but the river gives life a new meaning altogether. Rivers are the lifelines of humanity, whereas Seas, a meaning for the lives of these rivers!
Daryabahadurgarh Island

9 comments:

R Niranjan Das said...

Serene and secluded beach. Lovely photography.

http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in/2012/06/monsoon-magic.html

Santosh bs said...

brilliant photos... the sunset hues are amazing!

ಅನಿರುದ್ಧ ಭಟ್ ಹಟ್ಟಿಕುದ್ರು said...

waw... bro writing is strong :)

Vaish said...

The sand and water looks so clean and beautiful! I love calm and uncrowded beaches...but i thought there are no such beaches that are less crowded. Good find Rakesh! Would love to visit them!

Ashok said...

Nice one... Photos are amazing...

Srikanth Manjunath said...

Man...i want to see your watch, and calendar...how you would be able to take time for everything..you are next to google i can say..

The information, the photos were too good..Colours are just out of this world..the clean, and serene beach poses a lovely picture..

Great writeup Raakesh..Keep going

BJ RAO said...

Doesn’t u realize that you've got me jealous?

Rakesh Holla said...

Thanks to all:-)

Anu said...

This is my ajja's place. Beautiful memories of my cousins & me playing in the beach water & back home after the sun sets for amazing aroma of kochaki anna with tambli , mavina kayi gojju , fresh yogurt & mavina midi upinakayi.

Cannot forget my childhood imprint memories of Parampalli/ (this being my other ajja's house)...Padukere beach.

Thanka a bunch for beautiful photos.