- a river flowing SE from W India to the Bay of Bengal. 900 miles (1450 km) long.
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Then he went to the Godavari, a river that falls directly into the sea.
There is also a small range running from the river Indravati to the Godavari.
In that quarter lieth the sacred and auspicious river Godavari, full of water abounding in groves and frequented by ascetics.
A strip of Gondwana beds follows approximately the course of the Godavari.
Malaya is mentioned in the Puranas as a mountain in which the Godavari and other rivers take their rise.A Manual of the Malay language
William Edward Maxwell
- a river in central India, rising in the Western Ghats and flowing southeast to the Bay of Bengal: extensive delta, linked by canal with the Krishna delta; a sacred river to Hindus. Length: about 1500 km (900 miles)