A tributary of the river Ganga arising from the central Indian highlands is ______
The river is Kosi or Koshi is the major tributary of the river Ganga from the Central Indian Highlands. The Kosi is a predecessor river with its origin from the north of Mount Everest in Tibet, where it’s mainstream as the river Arun rises. After crossing the Central Himalayas in Nepal, it is accompanied by the Sun Kosi from the West and the Tamur Kosi from the east. It forms Sapt Kosi after uniting with the River Arun.
About River Kosi
Reasons for calling Koshi river as Sorrow of Bihar
Other tributaries of the river Ganga
The tributaries of river Ganga are classified as Left bank and right bank tributaries. The right bank tributaries of Ganga river are Yamuna, Son, Punpun and Damodar. The Yamuna also called as Jamuna is the longest and second-largest tributary in north India. The left tributaries are Gomti, Ghaghara, Gandaki, and Kosi. The river is considered as the holiest river according to the Hindu customs and tradition. Ganga river is one of the most-visited holy place in the entire India