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Author:Laxman Burdak, IFS (R)

Ajakula (अजकूला) is River mentioned in Ramayana which has been identified with Aji River flowing near Syalkot, Pakistan. Aji River is also a River in Gujarat which originates at Sardhara ridge and flows through Rajkot, Jamnagar districts of Saurashtra region in Gujarat.




Lake Urmia is a salt lake in northwestern Iran near Turkey. Its Basin rivers include Aji Chay (आजी चाय). Ājī Chāy (Azerbaijani: آجی چای Acı çay, Persian: تلخه رود‎) or Talkhe Rud is a river in Azerbaijan region of Iran. Most of it is in the East Azerbaijan Province. Its water is alkali due to passing from the lands with high mineralization. It is the largest river that discharges into Lake Urmia. It arises above Sarab from the slopes of Mount Bozgush and Mount Sabalan. Its tributary, the sweet water Quri Chay, joins the Aji just north-east of central Tabriz.


विजयेन्द्र कुमार माथुर[1] ने लेख किया है ...अजकूला (AS, p.14) - वाल्मीकि-रामायण (अयोध्याकाण्ड) में उल्लिखित नदी जिसका अभिज्ञान स्यालकोट (पाकिस्तान) के पास बहनेवाली Aji River आजी नदी से किया गया है.

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