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|Source||Venna Lake, Mahabaleshwar|
|Near Satara, Krishna River|
|Length||130 km (81 mi)|
The Venna River rises in Mahabaleshwar, and is a tributary of the Krishna River in Satara district of western Maharashtra, India. It rises near Mahableshwar, a famous hill station in the Western Ghats. The river meets the Krishna River and this confluence takes place at Sangam Mahuli which is located in eastern part of Satara city. The River Krishna is one of the three largest rivers in southern India.
- Other four rivers originating from Mahabaleshwar (Panchganga):
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