Seti Gandaki River

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Seti Gandaki River at Ramghat Pokhara, Nepal

The Seti Gandaki River (Nepali:सेती गण्डकी नदि) is a river at western part of Nepal. It is a tributary of Trishuli River.[1] It is one of the holy river in Hindu religion. It is worshipped as a form of Vishnu. It flows south and south-east past Pokhara and Damauli to join the Trishuli River near Devghat.

In May 2012 a flood on the river killed more than 60 people north of Pokhara. It also changed the course of the river.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Negi, Sharad Singh (1991). Himalayan rivers, lakes and glaciers. Indus Publishing. p. 64. ISBN 978-81-85182-61-2. Retrieved 2013-05-09.
  2. BBC News, 6 May 2013