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Gha·gha·ra

 (gä′gə-rä′) or Gha·ghra (gä′grə, -grä) also Gog·ra (gŏg′rə, -rä)
A river rising in southwest Tibet and flowing about 965 km (600 mi) south through the Himalaya Mountains in Nepal then southeast into northern India, where it joins the Ganges River.
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Even today he gives splendour to the 'ghaghra' traditional costume of Goddess Gauri, one of the revered deities of Uttrakhand.
Her mother-in-law disapproved of the idea of Ms Bheel opting to dress for work in an urban environment instead of the community's traditional dress of ghaghra (frock like dress of Bheel, Kohli and Meghwar community's women).
The northern tributaries included in the present study are Sharda and Ghaghra and the southern tributaries include Chambal, Sindh, Kalisindh, Son and Tons.
I want to share with BMG that Tahir Zaman, Director MashAllah Electronics, Awais Ghaghra, Naeem Dhoraji Khatri, Zuber Ghaghra, Usman Perani of Super Power Motor, Naveed Perani, NJ Autos has also announced their support for this group, he added
I want to share with BMG that Ali Ghaghra of Naeem Dhoraji Khatri, Zuber Ghaghra, Usman Perani of Super Power Motor, Dirctor MashaAllaha Elctronic Tahir Zaman ,Naveed Perani, NJ Autos has also announced their support for this group, he added.
I want to share with BMG that Ali Ghaghra, Zuber Ghaghra, Usman Perani, Tahir Zaman and Naveed Perani, has also announced their support for this group", he added.
Following this, [39] the observed L[infinity] and K for freshwater cyprinids like, Labeo calbasu in Bangladesh water, Ghaghra river was relatively higher.
Much water has since flown down the Ghaghra and Koshi.
Her supremely elegant dancers were unostentatiously clad, discarding the ornate floorlength ghaghra that hid footwork, and the tika (hair ornament) that often went awry during the vigorous movements that characterized Kathak.
According to an estimate, while over five lakh people were affected directly because of rising water level in Ghaghra, Saryu and Rapti in last three 72 hours, over 90,000 people have been rendered homeless and standing crops worth ` 300 crore were washed away.
According to report from Lakhimpur, affect of flood continues in Nighasan teshil due to Mohana river and in Dhaurahra tehsil due to Ghaghra river.
lie in the path of the swollen Rapti and Ghaghra rivers that have