Haora River

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The Haora River flows through the Indian city of Agartala and is the major river which flows in the Sadar subdivision of the Western District of Tripura. It is called Saidra in Kokborok by the original inhabitants of the state.

Origin of Saidra[edit]

The Saidra or the Howra originates from the Boromura hills in central Tripura, and flows through the foothills passing through important towns like Champaknagar, Jirania, Khumulwng, Khayerpur and the capital city Agartala before reaching Bangladesh.