Gandaki River

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Narayani bridge in Gaindakot over Gandaki river

The Gandaki River is one of the major rivers of Nepal. It is the deepest river of Nepal. It is a tributary of Ganges in India. Ammonite fossils found at the bank of this river are called 'Shaligrams'. They are black, hard stones which represents Vishnu, a Hindu god.[1]

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  1. story of Gandaki according to Hindus.