- a river in central India, flowing N and E to the Bay of Bengal. 550 miles (885 km) long.
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In the dry weather the discharge of the Mahanadi dwindles to 1125 cub.
It is a hilly tract, containing the headwaters of the Mahanadi.
The most important affluents of the Mahanadi are the Seonath and Hasdu.
The city is situated at the head of the delta of the Mahanadi.
They are intersected by three large rivers, the Baitarani, Brahmani and Mahanadi.
- a river in E India, rising in Chhattisgarh and flowing north, then south and east to the Bay of Bengal. Length: 885 km (550 miles)