Kanakarayan Aru

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Kanakarayan Aru
Location
Country Sri Lanka
Province Northern Province
Districts Vavuniya, Mullaitivu, Kilinochchi
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location Vavuniya District
Mouth Chundikkulam Lagoon
Length86 km (53 mi)
Basin size906 km2 (350 sq mi)

Kanakarayan Aru is a river in Northern Province, Sri Lanka. The river rises in eastern Vavuniya District, near Omanthai, before flowing north through Vavuniya District, Mullaitivu District and Kilinochchi District. The river empties into the Chundikkulam Lagoon. [1]

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References

  1. "Northern Province Statistical Information 2017" (PDF). Northern Provincial Council. 2017. p. 140. Retrieved 14 March 2018.