Map of the holy river Ganges also know as Ganga in India. Ganga Map showing course and the Ganges Plain ie., the area drained by the river. This Map of Ganges River also shows the River Yamuna on the Map. This map of Ganga river also shows the major indian cities on the bank of river ganges. Before emptying into the Bay of Bengal, Ganga flow through Bangladesh.

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Ganga Map - Ganges River Map - Indian River Ganges Map

Ganges Map, Ganga River Map

River Ganges or Ganga is sacred for the people of India. Originating in the Himalayan Mountain, Ganga flows over 2500 Kilometers before emptying into the Bay of Bengal. Given here is the Ganges Map. The Ganges River Map shows the course of flow of the River Ganges. This map of Ganges also shows the tributaries of the river. The river flows along the major cities of Kanpur, Allahabad, Varanasi, Patna etc... This is a printable Ganga Map free for download. Please link back to this website if you use it on your site.

Basic Information about the Ganges River of India

Here are a few basic facts about the Ganga River. This information will help you understand the Ganges at a glance.

Total Length of River Ganges 2,510 Kms (1,560 miles)
Average depth of Ganga River 52 Feet (maximum depth, 100 feet)
Place of Origin of Ganga River Foot of Gangotri Glacier, at Gaumukh, at an elevation of 3,892 m
Area drained by Ganges River (Ganges Plains) 1,000,000 Square Kilometres
Major Tributaries of Ganges Yamuna, Son, Kosi, Gandak, Gomati, Ghaghara, Bhagirathi etc...
Cities on the bank of Ganges Kanpur, Soron, Allahabad, Varanasi, Patna, Ghazipur, Bhagalpur, Mirzapur, Buxar, Saidpur etc...

Ganges (Ganga) River - Ganga in India, Ganga in Hinduism

The Ganges river has its source in the Himalayas, at Gaumakh in the southern Himalayas. The Ganga river has been declared as India's National River. A species of dolphins found in the Ganges river know as the Ganges Dolphin was recently declared as the National Aquatic Animal of India. The Ganges Plains or the Ganga River Basin is one of the most fertile land in the world.

The Ganga river also offers ample opportunity for Tourism Development. River rafting in the Ganges is attracting lots of tourists.

Ganga is a sacred river of the Hindus. Hinduism personifies the river as Goddess Ganga and worships the river.Indian Cities located on the bank of Ganges River like Haridwar, Allahabad and Varanasi are also considered sacred by Hindus.