Khushboo Lucknow, 300 Questions 0 Answers 0 Best Answers 343 Points View Profile Khushboo Asked: October 26, 20212021-10-26T14:09:20+05:30 2021-10-26T14:09:20+05:30In: Geography Tell us about Narmada & Its Tributaries. Tell us about Narmada & Its Tributaries. geographyriver Share Facebook 1 Answer Recent 0 Questions 307 Answers 60 Best Answers 0 Points View Profile [Deleted User] 2021-10-26T14:14:12+05:30Added an answer on October 26, 2021 at 2:14 pm Narmada & Its Tributaries Narmada river is the largest west flowing river of the peninsula India. It rises from Narmada Kund, located at Amarkantak, in the Anuppur district of Madhya Pradesh, at an elevation of about 1057 m in the Maikala range. It forms the traditional boundary between North and South India. The river flows through Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat between Vindhya and Satpura hill ranges before falling into the Gulf of Cambay in the Arabian Sea about 10 km north of Bharuch, Gujarat. The total length of the river from the head to its outfall into the Arabian Sea is 1,333 km. For the first 1085 km, it runs in Madhya Pradesh and there are forms the common boundary between Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra for 39 km, and Maharashtra and Gujarat for 43 km. It has the longest stretch in Gujarat of 166 km. There are total 41 tributaries of Narmada river. Out of these, 8 important tributaries join the river from right bank and 11 important tributaries join from the le bank. The first major tributary, the Burhner, joins Narmada from left. Further downstream, it receives the Banjar from the left. As Narmada enters the upper fertile plains, it receives the Hiran on the right bank. In continuation, the river receives several tributaries – the Sher, the Shakkar,the Dudhi, the Tawa, the Ganjal from the le and the Tendoni, the Barna, the Kolarfrom the right. During its journey through the middle plains, it receives tributaries – the Chhota Tawa, the Kundi from the left and the Man from the right. In the lower hilly regions, Narmada receives the Goi from the left and the Uri, the Hatni from the right.The Karjan from the left and the Orsang from the right are important tributaries joining the river in the lower plains. Finally, the river drains into the Gulf of Khambhat (Arabian Sea). 0 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Leave an answerCancel replyYou must login or register to add a new answer. Related Questions Tell us about the Silver Distribution in India. Tell us about the Mica Distribution in India.
Narmada & Its Tributaries