Myagdi Khola

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Myagdi Khola
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Location
CountryNepal
Basin features
River systemNarayani River

Myagdi Khola is a river which has its source at Mt. Dhaulagiri, then passes through Myagdi district to meet to the Kaligandaki river. The term "myagdi" may be originated from the two terms Meng and dee. Meng means thapa magar and Dee means water in magar language. It is the everflow river. The term "khola" means, in local (Nepali) language river.

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Coordinates: 28°20′24″N 83°34′06″E / 28.3401°N 83.5684°E / 28.3401; 83.5684