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Hindon River
River
Country India
Source Upper Shivaliks
 - location Saharanpur District, India
 - coordinates 35°05′N 77°08′E / 35.083°N 77.133°E / 35.083; 77.133
Mouth Yamuna
 - coordinates 28°04′N 77°04′E / 28.067°N 77.067°E / 28.067; 77.067
Length 400 km (249 mi)
Basin 7,083 km2 (2,735 sq mi)

Hindon River, a tributary of Yamuna river, is a river in India that originates in the Saharanpur District, from Upper Shivalik in Lower Himalayan Range. The river is entirely rainfed and has a catchment area of 7, 083 sq.km.

It flows between Ganga and Yamuna rivers, for 400 km through Muzaffarnagar District, Meerut District, Baghpat District, Ghaziabad, Noida, Greater Noida before it joins Yamuna river just outside Delhi [1].

Its a very polluted river and contributes a lot of pollution level in Yamuna river.

Tributary

Kali River, which originates in the Doon Valley and travels about 150 km passing through Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar, Meerut and Ghaziabad districts, before merging with Hindon River, before it merges with the Yamuna River. The Kali river is also highly polluted and adds to the pollution of the Hindon, as it passes through populated and industrial belt of Uttar Pradesh [1].

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Coordinates: 28°24′59″N 77°30′03″E / 28.416503°N 77.500949°E / 28.416503; 77.500949

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