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Bengal River

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Bardhaman and Birbhum is divided by Ajoy River
Sorrow of bengal Damodar River
Enters WB from Jharkhand and re-enters Odisha Subarnarekha
River joins Padma in Bangladesh Mahananda River
Brahmaputra Basin 14% of the state (Whole of north except Darjeeling)
WB and Assam is divided by Sankosh River
River originates from Mt. Akungphu in Bhutan Raidak
River originates from Chumbi valley in Tibet Torsa
WB and Sikkim is divided by Teesta
Rivers that join Brahmaputra Sankosh, Raidak, Torsa, Jaldhaka, Teesta
River originates from Dev Prayag Ganga (Bhagirathi and Alaknanda)
River originates from Ghoom near Darjeeling Mahananda River
River Bhagirathi after Nabadwip is called (After merging with Jalangi) Hoogly
Ganga divides into two here Farakka (Bhagirathi-Hoogly and Padma)
Ganga joins Brahmaputra at Bangladesh near Goalundo
Tidal creek draining into the Hooghly from the left in the vicinity of Kolkata Tolly’s Nullah or the Adi Ganga
Jalpaiguri Town is located near Teesta and Karala (Thames of Jalpaiguri)
River originates from Bhutan Sankosh
River originates from Bitang lake in Sikkim Jaldhaka
River originates in the glaciers of Sikkim Teesta
Created by: nwdakhter