Rivers Of India
Rivers Of India



Names Of Major Rivers Of India

 

1. Godavari River

The Godavari River, Which Is Called The Ganges Of The South, Is 1465 Km Long. This River Originates From Trimbakeshwar In Maharashtra State And Joins The Bay Of Bengal. Godavari Is The Longest River In South India.

The Tributaries Of Godavari Are Rivers Like Pranhita, Panganga, Sabari, Indravati, Manjira Etc.

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2. Ganges River

Ganga Is A Major River Of India Which Has Religious And Cultural Significance. The Length Of The Ganges River Is About 2525 Km. River Ganges Originates From Gangotri In The Himalayas And Joins The Bay Of Bengal. The Ganges Flows Through Uttarakhand, UP, Bihar, West Bengal In India Into Bangladesh. The Alaknanda And Bhagirathi Rivers Meet At Devprayag, Where The Ganges Is Formed.

 

Tributaries Of Ganga – Kosi, Yamuna, Gandak Etc.

 

3. Brahmaputra River

The Brahmaputra River, Which Originates Near The Mansarovar Lake Of The Himalayas, Joins The Bay Of Bengal. The Length Of This River Is About 2900 Km. The Flow Area Of ​​The Brahmaputra River Is India, Tibet And Bangladesh. This River Enters Bangladesh Through Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, India. It Joins With The Ganges To Form The Sundarbans Delta.

 

The Tributaries Of Brahmaputra Are Teesta, Suvanshree, Barak, Lohit Etc.

 

4. Indus River

The Indus River Originates Near Mansarovar In The Himalayan Region And Joins The Arabian Sea. Indus River Flows In India And Pakistan. By The Way, Most Of The Indus River Comes In Pakistan. The Length Of The Indus River Is 3180 Km.

 

Know The Tributaries Of Indus – Its Main Tributaries Include Ravi, Sutlej, Jhelum, Beas, Chenab.

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5. Yamuna River

This River Joins The Ganges At Prayagraj. It Is The Largest Tributary Of The Ganges. The Length Of This River Is 1376 Km. Chambal And Betwa Are The Main Tributaries Of Yamuna. It Originates From Yamunotri In The Himalayas And Joins The Ganges At Prayagraj.

 

6. Krishna River

Originating From Mahabaleshwar In Maharashtra, The Krishna River Meets The Bay Of Bengal And Flows In The Southern Region Of India. The Length Of This River Is 1290 Km Which Makes It The Fourth Longest River In India. The Water In This River Depends On The Rainfall. Its Main Tributaries Are The Bhima And The Tungabhadra.

 

7. Narmada River

This River Originates From Amarkantak. The Mouth Of The Narmada River Is Present In The Arabian Sea, Where This River Meets. This River Flows Completely In The Country Of India. The Length Of The Narmada River Is 1312 Km. It Is The Third Longest River Flowing Entirely Within India. This River Mainly Flows In Madhya Pradesh. Its Main Tributaries Are Tawa, Halan, Barna Etc.

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8. Kaveri River

Talakaveri Is The Source Of The Kaveri River Flowing Through The Southern States Of Karnataka And Tamil Nadu In India. The Mouth Of This River Is The Bay Of Bengal. The Length Of The Kaveri River Is About 800 Km. Simsa, Himavati Are Prominent Among Its Tributaries.

 

9. Mahanadi

It Originates From The Sihawa Mountain In Raipur, Chhattisgarh And Joins The Mahanadi In The Bay Of Bengal. The Length Of Mahanadi Is 815 Km. Its Main Tributaries Are Shivnath, Arpa, Hasdeo, Mand Etc.

 

10. Son River

This River Originating From Amarkantak Is The Second Largest Tributary Of Ganga. The Mouth Of This River Opens Into The Ganges. The Length Of The Son River Is 784 Km.

 

11. Hooghly River

This Is A Stream Of Water Coming Out Of The River Ganges. The Hooghly River Passes Through Bengal And Joins The Gulf. The Length Of The Hooghly River Is 260 Km.

 

12. Tungabhadra River

The Length Of Tungabhadra River Is 531 Km. The Mouth Of This River Is Krishna River.

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13. Tapti River

This River Is 740 Km Long And Joins The Arabian Sea. Tapti River Originates Near Betul District Of Madhya Pradesh.

 

14. Mahi River

Originating From The Vindhyachal Mountain Of Madhya Pradesh, It Falls Into The Arabian Sea. Apart From Madhya Pradesh, The Mahi River Passes Through The States Of Rajasthan And Gujarat. The Length Of Mahi River Is 576 Km.

 

15. Luni River

This River Has Its Origin But It Does Not Meet In The Sea. The Aravalli Ranges Of Rajasthan Leave From Ajmer And Dry Up In Kutch In Gujarat.

16. Gandak River

This River Originates From The Himalayas And Joins The Ganges At Patna. The Length Of The Gandak River Is 765 Km.

 

17. Kosi River

The Kosi River, Which Is Called The Mourning Of Bihar, Joins The Ganges River. This River Originates From The Himalayas While The Ganges Joins The River. The Length Of This River From Origin To Mouth Is 729 Km.

 

18. Sutlej River

Sutlej River Is One Of The 5 Main Rivers Of Punjab. This River Originates From Lake Mansarovar. This River Joins Chenab. The Length Of The Sutlej River Is 1500 Km.

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19. Chenab River

It Is A River Flowing In India And Pakistan. Chenab Is A Major Tributary Of The Indus. The Length Of This River Is 960 Km.

 

20. Beas River

It Is A Tributary Of Sutlej. Beas Is The Major River Flowing In Punjab, Whose Length Is 470 Km. This River Originates From The Rohtang Pass And Merges With The Arabian Sea.

 

21. Chambal River

Chambal River Joins Yamuna River In Uttar Pradesh Through Rajasthan And Madhya Pradesh. The Length Of This River Is 966 Km.

 

22. Jhelum River

This River Is Present In Kashmir. The Length Of This River Is 725 Km. Jhelum Is A Tributary Of The Indus.

23. Ravi River

The Length Of This River Is 725 Km. The Ravi River Originates From The Rohtang Pass In Himachal And Joins The Chenab River In Pakistan. It Is One Of The Five Major Rivers Of The State Of Punjab, India.

 

24. Saraswati River

This Is A Historical Holy Mythological River. Presently The Saraswati River Has Become Extinct On The Land. The River Saraswati Is Mentioned In The Rigveda.

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25. Saryu River

This River Also Has Mythological Significance. The Saryu River Comes To Ayodhya And Joins The Ganges. The Length Of This River Is 350 Km.


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