Anuravati River

The Anuravati River is the longest river in Panau (about 500 miles in length). The river rises at Kepang in the west and meets the Gulf of Elang on the east coast. The delta of Anuravati are densely populated, being one of hte most fertile regions in Panau. It was once the centre of a great agrarian kingdom called Chaga, ruled by Laiak kings. However, during the rainy season, the river is prone to extreme flooding.

Tributaries include Navari River, Black River and Warna River. The Sunrita Temple is located along the banks of Anuravati.

Kepang is the largest city on the river Anuravati in the west, while Molangor is the largest on eastern coast.

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