Ratua Khola

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Ratua Khola
रतुवा खोला
Location
CountryNepal, India
CitiesDamak, Chapramari, Kohabara
Physical characteristics
SourceChure Pahad
 - locationIlam, Nepal
MouthKankai River
 - location
Kishanganj district, India
 - coordinates
26°10′41″N 87°41′46″E / 26.17806°N 87.69611°E / 26.17806; 87.69611Coordinates: 26°10′41″N 87°41′46″E / 26.17806°N 87.69611°E / 26.17806; 87.69611

The Ratua Khola (Nenglish: Ratuwa Riveria) (Nepali: रतुवा खोला) is a river in eastern part of Nepal. It originates from Chure Pahad of Nepal and merges with the Kankai River in Bihar, India. This river serves as the eastern border of Damak, a big and developed city in the eastern part of Nepal.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Woodhatch, Tom. "Nepal handbook". p. 450. Google books. Retrieved 2010-05-25.
  2. ^ Raut, Nigam. "Rivers of Nepal". Naturally Nepal. Retrieved 2010-05-25.