Pali Aru

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Pali Aru
Chamalankulam Aru
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Location
Country Sri Lanka
Province Northern Province
Districts Vavuniya, Mullaitivu, Mannar
Physical characteristics
Source 
  location Vavuniya District
Mouth Palk Bay
  location
Mannar District
  coordinates
Coordinates: 9°10′00″N80°06′00″E / 9.1667°N 80.1000°E / 9.1667; 80.1000
Length50 km (31 mi)
Basin size451 km2 (174 sq mi)

Pali Aru is a river in Northern Province, Sri Lanka. The river rises in northern Vavuniya District, near Puliyankulam, before flowing north/northwest through Vavuniya District, Mullaitivu District and Mannar District. The river empties into Palk Bay. The southern section of the river is sometimes known as Chamalankulam Aru. [1]

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References

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