Panzara River

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Panzara River on a cloudy monsoon day. The photo was taken from the Dhule city side, on the other side is Deopur, which is a suburb of Dhule. The image shows Chhota Pul or small bridge on the left hand side, and Motha Pul or big bridge on the right hand side.

The Panzara-Kan or Panjhra[1] is a river in the Khandesh region of Maharashtra state of India. It is a tributary of the Tapi River. The Panjhra River originates just few kilometers from the small town of Pimpalner, Tal-Sakri in Dhule District. At its headwaters is a small reservoir which was created when the Latipada Dam was constructed.

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  1. ^ "Topographic Map 1:250,000, NF 43-10 Nandurbar, India" Series U502, U.S. Army Map Service, July 1956

Coordinates: 20°54′27.5″N 74°46′34.8″E / 20.907639°N 74.776333°E / 20.907639; 74.776333