Dhavala River

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The Dhavala River is viewed by many Vudrani as the cradle where the early nation of Vudra grew, sheltered by the river goddess Dhavala. The Dhavala is still revered as a holy river and the region of The Cradle is named after its nurturing role to this day. The Dhavala River was once surrounded by a vast forest but millennia of civilisation has seen the forest mostly cut down and dwindle to a few scattered pockets of greenery. The Vudrani-Dhavala people who make up much of Vudra's population take their name from the river.1


  1. Saif Ansari. Vudra, the Impossible Kingdoms” in Sixty Feet Under, 70. Paizo Inc.,