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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Sir_CreekSir Creek - Wikipedia

    Sir Creek ( / sər ˈkrik / ( listen) sər KREEK ), originally Ban Ganga, [1] is a 96-km (60-mi) tidal estuary in the uninhabited marshlands of the Indus River Delta on the border between India and Pakistan. The creek flows into the Arabian Sea and separates Gujarat state in India from Sindh province in Pakistan. [2]

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  3. ceb.wikipedia.org › wiki › Sir_CreekSir Creek - Wikipedia

    Sir Creek - Wikipedia Tiganos: 23.61667°N 68.1°Ö Sir Creek Gikan sa Wikipedia, ang gawasnong ensiklopedya Paghimo ni bot Lsjbot. Bokana ang Sir Creek sa Pakistan, sa ibabaw sa utlanan sa Indya. [1] Nahimutang ni sa habagatang bahin sa nasod, 1,200 km sa habagatan sa Islamabad ang ulohan sa nasod.

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  5. Sir Creek (/ s ər ˈ k r i k / sər KREEK), originally Ban Ganga, [1] is a 96-km (60-mi) tidal estuary in the uninhabited marshlands of the Indus River Delta on the border between India and Pakistan. The creek flows into the Arabian Sea and separates Gujarat state in India from Sindh province in Pakistan. [2]

  6. wikimapia.org › 1960954 › Sir-CreekSir Creek - Wikimapia

    Sir Creek is a strip of water between India and Pakistan in the Rann of Kutch marshland. The creek, which opens up into the Arabian Sea, divides the Kutch region of the Indian state of Gujarat with the Sindh province of Pakistan. It is located at approximately 23°58′N, 68°48′E.