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Major River in North India

NameLength (km)AreaOriginates FromEnds inPlaces Benifited
Indus31003,21,290 Sq.Km.In Tibet Kalish Range 5080 mts.Arabian seaIndia and Pakistan
Ganga (Bhagirati)24803,37,00 Sq.Km.GangothriBay of BengalUttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, West Bengal
Yamuna (Jamuna)13703,59,000 Sq.Km.Garhwall in YamunotriBay of BengalDelhi, Haryana and UP
Gomati900N.AGomat TaalGangesUttar Pradesh
Ghaghara1080127,950 km2HimalayasGangesUttar Pradesh
Indus32001,165,000 km2Tibetan PlateauArabian seaJammu and Kashmir ( India ) , Pakistan, China
Chenab960N.ABara-lacha laIndusHimachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir ( India ) , Pakistan
Jhelum813N.APir Panjal RangeChenab RiverJammu and Kashmir ( India ) , Pakistan
Beas47020,303 km2Rohtang PassSutlejHimachal Pradesh, Punjab ( India ) , Pakistan
Sutlej145066,317 km2Mount KailashArabian seaHimachal Pradesh, Punjab ( India ) , Pakistan
Ravi720 Himachal PradeshChenab RiverHimachal Pradesh, Punjab ( India ) , Pakistan





Last Updated on : March 19, 2015



     


     

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