Kankai River

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Kankai river in Jhapa district

The Kankai River (also known as Mai Khola) (Nepali: कन्काई नदी) is a river flowing from North to south in eastern part of Nepal. It flows through Ilam District and Jhapa District of Nepal. The name Kankai came from 'KANAKA' a Sanskrit word in which it means gold. It is also considered to be a sacred river for Hindus. The bank of Kankai river is popular for holy bath and worshiping.[1]

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  1. a national newspaper report The Himalayan times