10 Points on Ganga River

1) The Ganga River is the second largest river in the Indian subcontinent when it comes to water flow.

2) It runs through both India and Bangladesh, where it's called the River Padma.

3) Named after the Hindu goddess Ganga, this river holds immense religious significance.

4) Originating from the Gangotri glacier in the Garhwal region of the Himalayas, the Ganga River begins its journey.

5) Flowing from northern India, it finally meets the Bay of Bengal in the eastern part of the country.

6) Passing through multiple states, the Ganga is the lifeblood of northern India.

7) Its path takes it through Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal.

8) Stretching over 3877 km long, the Ganga River covers 2525 km within India.

9) Known for its fertile waters, the Ganga serves agricultural needs as well.

10) Upon entering West Bengal, the river assumes the name "Hooghly River" or "Bhagirathi-Hooghly."

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