kurram nadi

kurram nadi (pashto: د کaaرaaمaaې سaaيaaنaaد, the kurrami seend; angreji: Kurram River) afgaanistaan ke pakatiya aur khost praanton aur Pakistan ke khaibar-pakhtoonakhva praant mein bahne waali 300 kimi se jra lambi ek nadi hai. ise vaidik sanskrut mein rigved mein krumoo nadi ke naam se varnit kiya gaya tha. yeh afgaanistaan ki taraf safed koh ki pahaadiyon se utarakar jalaalaabaad shahar ke paas seema paar kar ke Pakistan mein daakhil hoti hai. vahaaain aage chalakar yeh sindhu nadi mein vilay ho jaati hai.[1][2]

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  1. The Indo-Aryans of ancient South Asia: Language, material culture and ethnicity, George Erdöasy, Walter de Gruyter, 1995, ISBN 978-3-11-014447-5, ... Svetya, Kubha = Kabul; Gomati = Gomal; Mehatnu, Krumu = Kurram ...
  2. South Asian studies, Issue 15, Max Mueller Bhavan (New Delhi, India), South Asia Institute (Süadasien-Institut), University of Heidelberg (Universitäat Heidelberg), Delhi Branch, 1983, ... Kurram=Krumu (RV V. 53.9/X.75.6), Kabul=Kubha (ib.), Gomal = Gomati (V.61.9/ VIII.24.30/X.75.6), Swat = Suvastu (VIII.19.37). 25. Jhelum=Vitasta (X.75.5), Chenab=Asikni (Vn.20.25/ib.), Ravi-Parusni (V1I.18.8, 9/ib.) ...