Definition of Ganges in English:

Ganges

proper noun

  • A river of northern India and Bangladesh, which rises in the Himalayas and flows some 2,700 km (1,678 miles) south-east to the Bay of Bengal, where it forms the world's largest delta. The river is regarded by Hindus as sacred.

    Hindi name Ganga

Pronunciation:

Ganges

/ˈɡandʒiːz/