An initiative to revive Bengaluru's own river.
VRISHABHAVATHI, now fondly called "KENGERI MORI" was once a
pristine river that catered to drinking and agricultural purposes.
Temples along the river used her waters for rituals too.
Springs from Malleshwaram Nandi Temple and Bull temple from
Basavanagudi are her main feeders.
But all she carries now is the output of domestic sewer lines and industrial waste of the now over urbanised city of Bengaluru.