Ghod River

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Ghod River is located in Pune District, Maharashtra, western India.[1] It is a tributary of the Bhima River.[2] The Ghod originates on the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats at 1,090 metres (3,580 ft) above sea level. It flows in an east-southeast direction for approximately 200 kilometres (120 mi) before its confluence with the Bhima. It flows from the northern side of the Bhimashankar hills.[3]

The Kukadi River is one of the tributaries of the Ghod. Inamgaon, a post-Harappan agrarian village located along the Ghod, has been studied for its archaeological finds.[4] The river is dammed by the Ghod Dam.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kennedy, Kenneth A. R. (2000). God-apes and fossil men: paleoanthropology of South Asia. University of Michigan Press. pp. 169–. ISBN 978-0-472-11013-1. Retrieved 11 September 2011. 
  2. ^ SANKALIA, H. D.; D. ANSARI; M. K. DHAVALIKAR (1971). "Inamgaon: A Chalcolithic Settlement in Western India" (PDF). Asian Perspectives XIV: 140. 
  3. ^ Khan, Mirza Mehdy (1909). "Rivers". Hyderabad State. Imperial Gazetteer of India, Provincial Series. Calcutta: Superintendant of Government Printing. p. 98. OCLC 65200528. 
  4. ^ Lukacs, John R.; Rebecca K. Bogorad; Subhash R. Walimbe; Donald C. Dunbar (September 1986). "Paleopathology at Inamgaon: A Post-Harappan Agrarian Village in Western India". Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 130 (3): 289–311. JSTOR 986828. 

Coordinates: 18°30′N 74°34′E / 18.500°N 74.567°E / 18.500; 74.567