Marshyangdi

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Coordinates: 27°51′29″N 84°33′33″E / 27.85806°N 84.55917°E / 27.85806; 84.55917 (Marshyangdi River)

Marshyangdi
Country Nepal
Physical characteristics
River mouth Trishuli

Marshyangdi (or Marsyangdi) is a mountain river in Nepal. Approximate length is 150 km. Marshyangdi joins river Trishuli near mugling as one of its tributaries.

Marshyangdi starts from a confluence of two mountain rivers — Khangsar Khola and Jharsang Khola, that is located northwest of the Annapurna massif at an altitude of 3600 meters near Manang village. Marshyangdi flows eastward through the territory of Manang district and then southward through the territory of Lamjung district.

Marshyangdi river near Pisang village

Tributaries[edit]

1. Khangsar River
2. Jharsang River
3. Dordi River
4. Paudi River
5. Chapa River
6. Chundi River
7. Daraudi
Marshyangdi joins with River Trishuli near Mugling.