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Mahananda River

The Mahananda River is an important eastern tributary of the Ganges in Bihar. The river rises from the hills of Darjeeling in extreme northern West Bengal. It flows south through a rich agricultural area in Bihar, enters West Bengal, flows past English Bazar and then continues in the south-east direction into Bangladesh. It joins Ganges after completing its 360-km-long course. The river neither has any tributary nor any distributaries.

Updated on 13th November, 2015

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