Hari Rud


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Ha·ri Rud

 (här′ē ro͞od′)
A river, about 1,125 km (700 mi) long, of northwest Afghanistan, northeast Iran, and southern Turkmenistan.
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Salma Dam is a landmark infrastructure project undertaken by Government of India on river Hari Rud , in Herat province of Afghanistan.
Supplies from the Hari Rud, a border river in the northeast, have been diverted upstream in Afghanistan to irrigate its farmland, jeopardizing the supply to the Mashhad region.
The 42 MW dam project on the Hari Rud river is located in the district of Chesht-e-Sharif, east of Herat city.