Baitarani River is one of six major rivers of Odisha. Baitarani River is venerated in popular epics and legends. Baitarani River is a source of water for agricultural irrigation.
Bhargavi River flows across Odisha. It forms the Mahanadi-Kuakhai distributaries system branching off from the Kuakhai River and draining into Chilka Lake.
Bhede River is a river in India, and is a tributary of the Telen River. It is located in Odisha.
Brahmani is a major seasonal river and it is formed by the confluence of the Sankh River and South Koel river.
Budhabalanga River flows through the Mayurbhanj District and Balasore District in the Indian state of Odisha.
Chitroptala River is a distributary of Mahanadi River.
Daya River starts as a branch of the Kuakhai River at Saradeipur in Odisha state. It is joined by the Malaguni River below Golabai and flows through Khordha and Puri districts before emptying into the north-eastern corner of Chilika Lake.
Devi River is one of the principal distributaries of Mahanadi River. It flows through Jagatsinghpur district and Puri district across Odisha state in India and joins Bay of Bengal.
Dhamra is a joint stream in Odisha that is formed by the confluence of the Brahmani and Baitarani rivers flowing south of the town of Chandabali.
Ib River is a tributary of Mahanadi River. It joins Mahanadi River flowing directly into the Hirakud Reservoir.
Kadua River is located in Odisha and it is formed by the confluence of two streams at Charigan village.
Kathajodi River is an arm of the Mahanadi River in Odisha. It branches off at Naraj, then immediately is bifurcated.
Kharkai River is a river in eastern India.
Koina River flows through West Singhbhum District in the Indian state of Jharkhand
Kuakhai River is a distributary of Mahanadi River.
Kushabhadra River forms the complex of river systems which form the distributaries of the Mahanadi River.
Mahanadi River is a major river in East Central India. It drains an area of around 141,600 square kilometres (54,700 sq mi) and has a total course of 858 kilometers.
Malaguni River is a Nullah or hill stream in Khurda District. It originates on the border of Ganjam District and Khurda District.
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