The river which touches highly religious region of Hindu Muktikshatra and Ruru Kshetra are two out of four Religious Kshetra (Region) in Nepal. Other two Barahakshetra at Sunasari and Pashupatikshetra at Kathmandu are very famous among Hindu devotees. There are innumerable divine centers, holy places and crematories in the bank of Kali Gandaki. Muktinath at Mustang, Sheela Setibeni parbat, Rudrabeni at Gulmi, Rurukhethra between palpa, gulmi and syangja. Siddhababa Ramdi palpa/syangja and Devaghat at Tanahaun district are note worthy and religiously significant places at the bank of Kali Ganges.
The holy river Kali originated from Mustang, Nhubine mountain Glacier at altitude about 6,300m and flows southward through a steep gorge known as the Kaligandaki George (Andha Galchi) between the mountains Dhaulagiri (8167 m) to the west and Annapurna (8091 m) to the east. The difference between the river height and the heights of the highest peaks on either side, this gorge is the world’s deepest. (Figures taken from Wikipedia)
The river meets Rahukhola at Galeshwor, Myagdi Khola at Beni, Modi Khola near Kushma Seti Khola in Setibeni and Andhikhola in Andhimuhan. Natural route stops of Kali River at Andhimuhan after erecting the Dam of 144 MW Hydroelectric Project.
Downstream from the Dam tributaries of Kali River are: Badigad confluence; famous Rudrabeni and Ridikhola confluence as Ruru Kshetra Ridi. The river flows to the north-west from Andhimuhan to Ridi and East from Ridi unless reaches to the confluence at Devaghat with Trishuli then flows south part as a Narayani.