Effect of nozzle geometries on the propagation of twin jet issuing from nozzles with circle-circle, circle-ellipse, circle-triangle, circle-square, circle-hexagon and circle-star geometrical combinations was investigated for Mach numbers 0.2, 0.4, 0.6 and 0.8. In all the cases, both jets in the twin jet had the same Mach number. All the twin jets of this study are free jets, discharged into stagnant ambient atmosphere. The result of the twin jets issuing from circle-circle nozzle is kept as the reference in this study. For all the twin jet nozzles, the inter nozzle spacing; the distance between the nozzle axes (S) was 20 mm and all the nozzles had an equivalent area of 78.5 mm 2 . Thus for all the cases of the present study, S/D ratio is 2. The results show that the mixing of the combined jet, after the merging point is strongly influenced by the combined effect of the nozzle geometry and jet Mach number. Among the six different twin jet nozzle configuration studied, circle-square combination is found to be the most superior mixing promoter.