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Ulhas River

Ulhas River has its origin at the foothills of the Sahyadris, near Karjat. It flows north towards Ulhasnagar and onto Kalyan, where it turns west to Thane and a channel connects it to the Thane Creek. The river then turns north-west towards Ghodebunder, where it opens into an estuary known as Vasai Creek.

The Bharvi, Bhatsa and Kalu rivers are some of the important tributaries of the Ulhas.

Updated on 17th July, 2005


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