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The Tapti River (or Tapi) is a river in central India between the Godavari and Narmada rivers. It flows westwards over a length of 724 km (449.9 mi) before draining through the Gulf of Khambhat into the Arabian Sea. It flows through Surat, and is crossed by the Magdalla ONGC Bridge.
|States||Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat|
|Cities||Multai, Betul, Burhanpur, Bhusawal, Surat|
|- location||Betul District|
|Mouth||Gulf of Khambhat (Arabian Sea)|
|- location||Dumas, Surat, Gujarat|
|Length||724 km (450 mi) approx.|
|Discharge||for Dumas Beach|
|- average||489 m3/s (17,269 cu ft/s) |
|- max||9,830 m3/s (347,143 cu ft/s)|
|- min||2 m3/s (71 cu ft/s)|
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