Balason River

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Balason is a river flowing from the village of Dudhia, which is 18km north by northwest from Siliguri in the Darjeeling District of West Bengal, India. It originates in the hills of Senchal and flows south into the plains of North Bengal, where it joins the Mahananda River.[1]

Gravels and sands of Balason river is considered as one of the best quality for construction of houses.


  1. ^ Prithvish Nag; Virendra Kumar Kumar; Jagadish Singh (1997). Geography and Environment: Regional lissues. Concept Publishing Company. p. 68. ISBN 978-81-7022-607-9.