Kosi River | कोसी नदी


The Koshi or Kosi River The Koshi or Kosi River The Kosi river or the Kosi river originates the Himalayas in Nepal and enters India light of Bhima Nagar in Bihar. Due to the floods in it, there is a lot of destruction in Bihar Bihar’s curse (Mourning of Bihar)’. Bihar Ka Shok If we look at its geographical form, we will know that it has expanded 120 km in the last 250 years. The river is continuously expanding its territory, bringing with it depressions (sand, pebbles and stones) from the high hills of the Himalayas. These rivers treading the plains of northern Bihar make the entire area fertile. Both Nepal and India have built dams on this river; However, some environmentalists had also predicted damage from it. This river is also the cradle of the culture of Mithila region of North Bihar. The areas around Koshi are called Koshi after this. In Hindu texts it is quoted by the name Kaushiki. Vishwamitra is said to have attained the status of a sage on the banks of this river. He was a disciple of the sage Kushik in the Rigveda. The Saptakoshi river consists of seven streams locally known as Kosi. In the Mahabharata, it is also referred to as Kaushiki. the route leading to Everest from Kathmandu The four tributaries of Kosi are found on Namche Bazaar, bordering Tibet, destination of Kosi’s mountainous route is the most attractive tourist destination of Kosi’s mountainous route. Arun, Tamore, Likhu, Dudhkoshi, Tamakoshi, Sunkoshi, Indravati are its major tributaries. In Nepal it falls to the west of Kanchenjunga. Two tributaries of Kosi are found at Harkpur in Nepal, Dudhkosi and Sankosi Sankosi, Arun, Prajwal Tamar join the Triveni along the rivers After this the river is called Saptakoshi. In Barahkshetra it enters the Terai region and has since been called Koshi (or Kosi). Its tributaries come from all around Everest and take the waters of glaciers (glaciers) situated at the height of the world. Near the Triveni the river forms a ravine which is some 10 kilometers long. It enters the Indian border near Bhimnagar. After this, after walking 260 km to the south, it joins the Ganges near Kursela A dam was built between 1958 and 1962 on the Kosi river. The dam is located in Nepal near the Indo-Nepal border. There are 52 gates for the control of the flow of water, which is controlled by the officials of India. India has made embankments in the Indian border a little (below) this dam

4 thoughts on “Kosi River | कोसी नदी

  1. Nice…
    To know some historical and geographical condition of the Koshi

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