The longest river in India is the Ganges River, also known as the Ganga. It is one of the most important and sacred rivers in the country, flowing through northern India and covering a length of approximately 2,525 kilometers (1,569 miles) from its source in the Gangotri Glacier in the state of Uttarakhand to its mouth in the Bay of Bengal.
The Ganges River holds immense cultural and religious significance in India and is considered holy by Hindus. It is used for various purposes, including irrigation, transportation, and as a source of drinking water for millions of people along its course.
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