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The Baner River is a river that flows southwest in the hills of Kangra Valley in India. Baner River is also a tributary of the Beas River and drains into the central part of the Kangra valley. The Baner Khad rises as a small snow fed channel on the southern slopes of the Dhauladhar mountain range near Palampur.
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