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□¡□India River Map□¡□

The largest river basin of India is the Ganga basin, which receives water from Himalayas in the north and the Vindhyas in the South. The Ganga, the Yamuna, the Ghagra, Gandak andKosi are the main constituents of this basin.
The Brahmaputra has the greatest volume of water of all the rivers in India. It is the source of the Indus and the Satluj and flows through Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
The Mahanadi is an important river in the state of Orissa. This river flowsslowly for 900 kms and deposits more silt than any other river in the Indian subcontinent.
The Godavari River System has second longest course within India. The banks of this river have many pilgrimage sites like Nasik, Triyambak and Bhadrachalam.
The Krishna is the third longest river in India with a length of about 1300 kms. It rises in the Western Ghats and flows east into the Bay of Bengal.
The source of the Kaveri is located in the Western Ghats. It has many tributaries including Shimsha , Hemavati River , Arkavathy , Kapila , Honnuhole , Lakshmana Tirtha , Kabini , Lokapavani , Bhavani , Noyyal and famous Amaravati . Kaveri is a major source of irrigation in Tamil Nadu.
The Narmada and the Tapti are the only major rivers that flow into the Arabian Sea. The total length of Narmada through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Gujarat amounts to 1312 kms. The Tapti follows a parallel course to the south of the Narmada, flowing through the states of Maharashtra and Gujarat on its way into the Gulf of Khambhat.
The rivers of India provide irrigation,cheap transportation, electricity, andlivelihoods for a large number of people. The river system of India also holds significance from religiouspoint of view.

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