28th November 2019


Where does Ganga River ends its journey?

Hindus consider the island to be a sacred spot. They revere it as the final point of departure for their holy river, Mother Ganga — the place where she merges with the Bay of Bengal after traveling down from the Himalayas and across the plains of north India.

In this manner, where does the Ganges river flow through?

The river known as the Ganges is officially and popularly known by its Hindu name, Ganga. The river has its source in the Himalayas, at Gaumakh in the southern Himalayas on the Indian side of the Tibetan border. It is 1 560 miles (2 510 km) long and flows through China, India, Nepal and Bangladesh.

Which state is Ganga river located?

During its itinerary, the river passes through states like Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Haryana. The famous river meets the Ganges at Triveni Sangam in Allahabad, a popular pilgrimage spot for the Hindus. The biggest and longest tributary of the Yamuna is the Tons River.
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