Gandaki River

river in Nepal and India, tributary of Ganges
(Redirected from Narayani River)

The Gandaki River is one of the major rivers of Nepal. It is the deepest river of Nepal. It is a tributary of Ganges in India. Ammonite fossils found at the bank of this river are called 'Shaligrams'. They are black, hard stones which represents Vishnu, a Hindu god.[1]

Narayani bridge in Gaindakot over Gandaki river


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  1. story of Gandaki Archived 2018-03-26 at the Wayback Machine according to Hindus.