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Karakoram Range
The Karakoram Range is the second highest mountain range in the world. It forms the western side of the Himalayan Mountain Range.
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 Sabari River
The Sabari River is one of the significant tributaries of Godavari, flowing through the states of Odisha, Chhattisgarh, and Andhra Pradesh in India. With its origins in the western slopes of the Eastern Ghats, this river plays a vital role in the ecological and economic landscape of the region.
 Meghna River
The Meghna River is one of the most important rivers of Bangladesh and eastern India. Originating from eastern India, this mighty river traverses through the Ganges Delta, connecting with tributaries and forming a sprawling network of waterways.
 Kali River
The Kali River rises from the Greater Himalayas at Kalapaani, which is located in the Pithoragarh district. It enters the plains and is known as Sharda. The river has a vast catchment in the northern and eastern parts of Pithoragarh and is almost a human presence. It has immense potential for irrigation and hydroelectric generation.
 Kausiki River
Kausiki is the name of the river named after Sage Vishwamitra.
 Himayat Sagar
Himayat Sagar is constructed across the Musi River in Telangana. This is an artificial lake built during the Nizam rule in Hyderabad serves as a major water source for irrigation.
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