Dudh Kosi

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Dudh Koshi
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Location
CountryNepal
Physical characteristics
Source 
 - locationEast of Gokyo Lakes
 - coordinates27°56′05″N 86°42′34″E / 27.9347°N 86.7094°E / 27.9347; 86.7094
Mouth 
 - locationSun Kosi near Harkapur
 - coordinates27°08′58″N 86°26′00″E / 27.1494°N 86.4333°E / 27.1494; 86.4333Coordinates: 27°08′58″N 86°26′00″E / 27.1494°N 86.4333°E / 27.1494; 86.4333
Basin features
River systemKoshi River
Tributaries 
 - leftImja Khola

Dudh Koshi (दुधकोशी नदी, Milk-Koshi River) is a river that flows from north to south in eastern Nepal. It is one of the rivers that joins to form Koshi River.[1][2] The name 'Dudh Koshi' comes from Nepali word 'Dudh' which means milk, and 'koshi' which means river.

References[change | change source]

  1. raftnepal Dudh Kosi River (river of Mt. Everest) Expedition 2007
  2. Geographic's details Dudhkoshi River, Nepal