(Last Updated on : 13/06/2013)
Pushpawati River originates from the glacial deposits around Rataban and Nilgiri ranges in Uttaranchal. It traverses across the Valley of Flowers dividing it into two sectors. A wide trace follows the Pushpawati River, first on the left and then on the right bank. At Ghangaria village the river converges with the Hemkund Ganga. Kundalinisen Plateau is located on the banks of this river. At Ghangharia, the Pushpavati River meets the Lakshman Ganga flowing from Hemkund.
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