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Javadi Hills are a range of hills, nestles in the district of Vellore in Tamil Nadu. Javadi hills lie in the northern part of the state of Tamil Nadu and are one of the largest hill stations of Eastern Ghats. The hills are spread across 80 km in terms of breadth and 32 km in terms of length with an elevtion of 4,000 m and are bisected by the two rivers Cheyyar and Agaram, which are the tributaries of the Palar.
The steep edges at the southeastern side are enveloped with sandalwood. The hills are meagerly populated and grains, legumes, and oilseeds are the chief crops of the region. The vegetation here is noted for its fruit bearing trait. The plays enjoys a pleasant weather throughout the year and the maximum temperature here experienced is 32 degree Celsius and minimum temperature experienced is 23 degree Celsius.
The pleasant climate and thick lush green forests adds to the sheer beauty of nature that has been bestowed upon Javadi Hills. The sapphire hills with the bluish gray granites provide an outstanding view of the scenic beauty of the region. Javadi Hills weather is pleasant throughout the year however, the best time to visit is March to May.
On an excursion in Tamil Nadu, you can also spot rural yet developed township in Jamanamarathur and it is one of the largest villages in the hills. There are other tourist attractions around Javadi Hills. Among them are the Beemanmadavu waterfalls and the Indian astronomer, Vainu Bappu selected the hills as the site of the Kavalur Observatory (VBO), which began its function in 1967.