Choti Saryu

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Choti Saryu or Tamasa River is a river in India[1] that starts in Ambedkar Nagar, Faizabad division, Uttar Pradesh, and passes through Mau and joins another river in Phephna. The joint stream joins the Ganga at Anjorpur. It is a perennial river – in the dry season only sluggish black water remains, but in the rainy season it can cause floods such as the one in 2005.[2]

It should not be confused with the Tamsa River which originates in the Kaimur Range in Madhya Pradesh and joins the Ganga at Sirsa.

Route[edit]

  1. Tanda
  2. Baskhari
  3. Neoriye
  4. Atoliya
  5. Rajesultanpur
  6. Mahrajganj
  7. Bilariyaganj
  8. Latghat
  9. Doharighat
  10. Maduwan

Towns and ghat[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "geography". Azamgarh.nic.in. Retrieved 2014-07-28. 
  2. ^ "Other States / Uttar Pradesh News : Army out in flood-hit Azamgarh". The Hindu. 2005-08-26. Retrieved 2014-07-28.