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The Godavari, Perennial River of India is the Second largest river in India. It flows in the southern India and is considered to be one of the seven sacred rivers. The Godavari, throughout its entire length, is sacred to the Hindus. Godavari River rises near Trayambak near Nasik, northeast of Mumbai in the state of Maharashtra at an elevation of 1067 m and flows for a length of about 1465 km (910 miles) before out falling into the Bay of Bengal.
The Sub-Basins of the Godavari River on Google Earth. Click on "read more" hereunder.