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Length of Rivers in India

The Indian River system is classified as Himalayan, peninsular, coastal, and inland-drainage basin rivers.

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 and Kosi are the main constituents of this basin.

Name Origin fromFalls intoLength (km)
Ganges Combined SourcesBay of Benal2525
Satluj Mansarovar Rakas LakesChenab1050
Indus Near Mansarovar lake Arabian Sea2880
Ravi Kullu Hills near Rohtang PassChenab720
Beas Near Rohtang PassSatluj470
Jhelum Verinag in KashmirChenab725
Yamuna YamunotriGanga1375
Chambal M. P.Yamuna1050
Ghagra Matsatung GlacierGanga1080
Kosi Near Gosain Dham PeakGanga730
Betwa VindhyanchalYamuna480
Son AmarkantakGanga780
Brahmaputra Near Mansarovar Lake.Bay of Bengal2900
Narmada AmarkantakGulf of Khambat1057
Tapti Betul Distt. in M. P.Gulf of Khambat724
Mahanadi Raipur Distt. in ChhatisgarhBay of Bengal858
Luni AravallisRann of Kuchchh450
Ghaggar HimalayasNear Fatehabad494
Sabarmati AravallisGulf of Khambat416
Krishna Western GhatsBay of Bengal1327
Godavari Nasik distt. in MaharashtraBay of Bengal1465
Cauvery Brahmair Range of Western GhatsBay of Bengal805
Tungabhadra Western GhatsKrishna river640

Last updated on: 30/09/2019

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