East Rapti River

Rāptī Nadī
राप्ती नदी

East Rapti River at early morning, at Sauraha
Main source Mahabharat Range
River mouth Narayani River
River system Ganges
  • Left:
    Samari, Karra, Kukhreni, Reu, Panchnad
  • Right:
    Lothther, Manahari

The East Rapti River flows from east to west through the Chitwan Valley in Nepal, forming the northern border of the Chitwan National Park. It joins the Narayani River inside the protected area.[1]


  1. Bhuju, U. R., Shakya, P. R., Basnet, T. B., Shrestha, S. (2007). Nepal Biodiversity Resource Book. Protected Areas, Ramsar Sites, and World Heritage Sites. International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, in cooperation with United Nations Environment Programme, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. Kathmandu, Nepal. ISBN 978-92-9115-033-5

Coordinates: 26°17′42″N 83°40′08″E / 26.2950°N 83.6689°E / 26.2950; 83.6689

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