Pachnada

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The Pachnada is an area, near sindous(सिन्डौस) in Etawah district, Uttar Pradesh state, where the tourists can witness the confluence of five rivers, Kunwari, Pahuj, Jamuna, Chambal and Sind. This area is a rich habitat for dolphins.[1]

Pahuj River is a river flowing in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh in central India. It is tributary of Sindh River, which joins Yamuna River in Jalaun Uttar Pradesh state, just after the Chambal River confluences into Yamuna river.

Kwari River (also spelled as Kuwari or Kunwari River) is river flowing in Morena, Bhind districts of Madhya Pradesh in central India. It is tributary of Sindh River and joins it in Jalaun District, Sindh river in turn immediately joins Yamuna river.

The Sindh or Kali Sindh is a river of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. The Sindh originates on the Malwa Plateau in Vidisha District, and flows northwest through Madhya Pradesh to join the Yamuna River in Jalaun Uttar Pradesh state, just after the Chambal River confluences into Yamuna river. The Pahuj River and Kwari River are its tributaries. Yamuna, the biggest tributary of Ganga, later joins its parent river at Allahabad.

The confluence of Yamuna and Chambal up to the confluence of Sindh and Yamuna locally known as Pachnada, presents an extensive view of Sylvan beauty during the rainy season and also in the winters, but it turns into an arid expanse during the summers. One can see dolphines

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