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Guhiya River

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Guhiya River

Guhiya River is a small river in Pali District of Rajasthan, India. It is an intermittent stream running only during the monsoon season and is a tributary of the Luni River.

It rises in the foothills of the Aravalli Range near the villages of Khariya Neev (Khariyaniv) and Tharasani in Sojot Tehsil.[1] Its tributaries include the Radia Nadi, Guria Nadi, Lilri Nadi, Sukri (stream) and Phunpharia.[2] It joins the Bandi River near the village of Phekaria (Phenkariya) at .[3] The catchment basin for the Guhiya river is 3,835 square kilometres (948,000 acres).[2]


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