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Tributaries of River Mahanadi, Indian River
Tel and Hadso rivers are the main tributaries of River Mahanadi.
 
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 The major tributaries of River Mahanadi are Hadso and Tel rivers. However, most of the Mahanadi tributaries flow across the Bargarh district. Jira and Jhaun rivers flow through the Bargarh district and join the river Mahanadi in the extreme south of the district. The Jira has main tributary, the Danta that joins it a few miles north of its convergence with the Mahanadi near the village Gandturum in Bheden.

The other river that flows across the district is Ong (Ang) that rises in the Nawapara district and enters Borasambar (Padampur) at the extreme south-west corner of the district. The river flows through in a wide-semi-circle from west to east and leaves the district a few miles to the east of Gaisilat eventually joining the Mahanadi in the Subarnapur district.

The Tel River flows in Sonpur District of Orissa. Tel is the second largest river of Orissa and flows just 8 km away from the town of Titilagarh. This river is a significant tributary of the Mahanadi River. The convergence of the two rivers offers a remarkable view against a colorful landscape. The Hadso river is an important tributary of Mahanadi River, flowing in Madhya Pradesh.

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