Which Is The Largest River In The Nepal

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The largest river in Nepal is the Ghaghara River, also known as the Karnali River in Nepal. It is a trans-boundary river that originates in the northern slopes of the Himalayas in Tibet, cuts through the Himalayas in Nepal, and joins the Sharda River in India. The Ghaghara River has a total length of 507 kilometers (315 miles) and is the longest river in Nepal. It is also the largest tributary of the Ganges by volume and the second-largest by length after the Yamuna.

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