a river in N India, flowing SE from the Himalayas to the Ganges at Allahabad. 860 miles (1,385 meters) long.
- Also called Jum·na [juhm-nuh] /ˈdʒʌm nə/ .
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How to use Yamuna in a sentence
Yamuna Zake, a long time healer and practitioner, tells me at her quiet West Village yoga studio.
I think I may need a few more classes with Yamuna to sport those stilettos.
But, like the rest of us who are willing to suffer in the name of fashion, Yamuna is no exception.
In that quarter, O hero is the sacred confluence of Ganga and Yamuna which is celebrated over the world.
This is an excellent holy bathing-place on the river Yamuna, known as Plakshavatarana (descent of the banian tree).
O prince, behold the holy rivers Jala and Upajala, on either side of the Yamuna.
West p. 306from the Yamuna there are no mines of copper, and few even of iron; but one of these is in Sirmaur.An Account of The Kingdom of Nepal | Fancis Buchanan Hamilton
And Amvarisha, son of Nabhaga, sacrificed near the Yamuna river.