Definition of Jumna in English:


Pronunciation /ˈjəmnə/ /ˈdʒəmnə/

proper noun

  • A river in northern India that rises in the Himalayas and flows more than 850 miles (1,370 km) in a large arc south and southeast, through Delhi, before joining the Ganges River below Allahabad. Its source (Yamunotri River) and its confluence with the Ganges River are both Hindu holy places.