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Bengaluru: Breathtaking video of Pearl Vallery, Anekal's Muthyala Maduvu waterfalls stuns Internet (WATCH)

Muthyala Maduvu Falls near Bengaluru, revealed by recent heavy rains, mesmerizes with its cascading waters. Despite its proximity, many locals are unaware of this natural gem, emphasizing the need for greater awareness. Visitors can enjoy serene walks, boating, and dining at the Karnataka Tourism Department-managed site.

Bengaluru: Breathtaking video of Pearl Vallery, Anekal's Muthyala Maduvu waterfalls stuns Internet (WATCH) vkp
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First Published Jun 2, 2024, 1:11 PM IST

Bengaluru, renowned for its tech hubs and bustling city life, often surprises its residents with hidden natural wonders. Recently, a breathtaking video of floodwaters cascading down Anekal's Muthyala Maduvu Falls has captivated the internet.

Located just 40 kilometres from Bengaluru city, Muthyala Maduvu is a picturesque waterfall in Anekal taluk. Following several days of heavy rainfall in May, the region's ponds, lakes, and canals brimmed with life. Now, with the onset of June, rain showers have returned, promising to further augment the flow of rivers and streams.

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Pruthvin Reddy, a Platform X user, recently shared footage of the waterfall following the heavy rains on June 1, showcasing the powerful rush of water.

The rejuvenated Muthyala Maduvu waterfall, adorned with the sun's rays reflecting off its cascading waters, presents a mesmerizing sight for visitors. The natural spectacle, spanning hundreds of feet, resembles a cascade of pearls, leaving onlookers awestruck by the wonders of nature. Despite its proximity to Bengaluru, many locals remain unaware of Muthyala Maduvu's existence, underscoring the need for greater dissemination of information about such hidden gems.

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For tourists seeking a serene escape, Muthyala Maduvu offers more than just a visual treat. Visitors can indulge in a short stroll around the falls or find solitude beneath the shade of trees, accompanied only by the soothing sound of rushing water. To enhance the tourist experience, boating facilities are available at the site. 

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