Welcome to Tarikere

Posted by Chipscape on September 8, 2011  •  Comments (64)  • 

   

Tarikere:      is on of the Town in Tarikere Taluk , Chikmagalur District , Karnataka State . Tarikere is 42.6 km distance from its District Main City Chikmagalur . And 209 km distance from its State Main City Bangalore . . Other villages in Tarikere Taluk are Ajjampura (Intrim Gp) , Anuvanahalli , Attimogge , Baragenahalli , Belenahalli , Bhavikere , ... . . Near By Villages of this Village with distance are Bettadahalli(3.3 k.m.) ,Doranalu(4.1 k.m.) ,Amruthapura(5.2 k.m.) ,Belenahalli(5.5 k.m.) ,Hadikere(5.7 k.m.) ,. Near By towns are Tarikere(0 k.m.) ,Kadur(26.3 k.m.) ,Narasimharajapura(33.1 k.m.) ,Chikmagalur(42.6 k.m.)

Schools in Tarikere:
1 . Sri M N Laxmana Shetty Smaraka Government High School
2 . HPG School
3 . Sarkari Heriya Prathmika Patashale
Colleges near by Tarikere:
1 . Sri Raghavendra Nursing School
Address : raghavendra hospital; t. dasarahalli;

2 . Adichunchanagiri Institute of Technology
Address : p.b. no. 91; chikmagalur -- 577 102.
   Tarikere taluk:

                          Nearly 50% of the area in Tarikere taluk is covered by gneiss and rest of the area is occupied by schist formation. Weathered, fractured and jointed gneiss and schist serves as potential aquifers in the area. Depth of weathered zone ranges from 6.85 to 20.7 m bgl. Pre-monsoon depth to water level during the year 2006 (Fig-4) ranges from 1.92 to10.94 m bgl, post-monsoon DTW (Fig-5 ) ranges from 1.37 to 5.60 m bgl and seasonal water level fluctuation ranges from 0.55 to 1.67 m. Based on water level data of the National hydrograph stations located in the taluk (long term water level trend 1996 to 2005), it is observed that the hydrograph of Lakkavalli is showing falling trend during both pre and Post monsoon period at the rate of 0.06 and 0.0.01 m/year. The hydrographs of Shivane and Bukkambudi show rising trend during premonsoon period at the rate of 0.36 and 0.33 m/year and falling trend during post monsoon period at the rate of 0.55 and 0.18 m/year.