Narayani Bridge

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Narayani Bridge (नारायणी पुल)
Narayani bridge in Gaindakot.jpg
Narayani Bridge seen from Narayangarh
Crosses Narayani River
Locale

   Nepal

Narayangarh, Chitwan & Gaidakot, Nawalparasi

Narayani Bridge (Nepali: नारायणी पुल) is a bridge on the East-West (Mahendra highway) of Nepal located in the central region of Nepal. The bridge connects Gaindakot municipality of Nawalparasi District on the western region of Nepal, with Narayanghat (Bharatpur, Nepal) city on the central development region. Built in the early 1980s, the bridge over the Narayani River is about 420 meter long and is considered one of the important commercial life lines of the country. It has 15 large and round shaped pillars.

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