Ghod River is located in Pune District, Maharashtra, western India. It is a tributary of the Bhima River. 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.
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. The river is dammed by the Ghod Dam.
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