The Murti River is said to start close to the Neora Valley National Park streaming its way along numerous prime visitor spots along the Dooars district before it at long last meets the River Jaldhaka. At Samsing, the Murti River achieves the fields and proceeds with its adventure by isolating the extend of Gorumara woods. In this way the Gorumara woodland is situated on the correct bank of the Murti River while the Chpramari timberland is arranged along its left side. Subsequent to meeting Jaldhaka River it enters Bangladesh near a place named Mathabhanga from where it meets the Brahmaputra River. This place is near the Batabari town arranged close Gorumara National Park.