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Phalgu River, Bihar
Phalgu River is one of the most sacred rivers of the Hindus, formed by the confluence of the Lilajan (also called Niranjan or Nilanjan) and the Mohana. They are two large parent hill streams of Phalgu River. The source of Phalgu River is about 3 kilometers (2 mi) below Bodh Gaya.
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