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Which one of the following rivers thrice forks into two streams and reunites a few miles farther on, thus forming the islands of Shivanasamudra and Srirangam?


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Cauvery


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Cauvery rivers thrice forks into two streams and reunites a few miles farther on, thus forming the islands of Srirangapatanam, Sivasamudram and Srirangam.
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