Definition of Jumna in English:

Jumna

proper noun

  • A river of northern India, which rises in the Himalayas and flows in a large arc southwards and south-eastwards, through Delhi, joining the Ganges below Allahabad. Its source (Yamunotri) and its confluence with the Ganges are both Hindu holy places.

    Hindi name Yamuna

Pronunciation

Jumna

/ˈdʒʌmnə/