The Tungabhadra River is a river in India that begins and flows through the nation of Karnataka in the course of maximum of its direction, before flowing along the border between Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and in the long run becoming a member of the Krishna River near Alampur village in Mehaboobnagar District of Telangana. In the epic Ramayana, the Tungabhadra River was regarded by way of the call of Pampa.
The Tungabhadra River is formed with the aid of the confluence of the Tunga River and the Bhadra River at Koodli which go with the flow down the eastern slope of the Western Ghats inside the kingdom of Karnataka. The two rivers originate in Mudigere Taluk of Chikmagalur District of Karnataka alongside the Nethravathi, the Tunga and the Bhadra upward push at Gangamoola, in Varaha Parvatha in the Western Ghats at an elevation of 1198 metres. According to Hindu Mythology legend, Varaha Swamy after killing the Demon turned into much worn out.