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The place (on the southern side of the Himalaya Mountains) is called Saptasrota ("divided by seven") because there the waters of the sacred Ganges were divided into seven branches. This was done for the satisfaction of the seven great rsis

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"The place is called Saptasrota" |"because there the waters of the sacred Ganges were divided into seven branches. This was done for the satisfaction of the seven great rsis"

Srimad-Bhagavatam

SB Canto 1

The place is called Saptasrota ("divided by seven") because there the waters of the sacred Ganges were divided into seven branches. This was done for the satisfaction of the seven great ṛṣis.
SB 1.13.52, Translation:

The place is called Saptasrota ("divided by seven") because there the waters of the sacred Ganges were divided into seven branches. This was done for the satisfaction of the seven great ṛṣis.