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Major River in South India

River NameLength (km)AreaOriginates FromEnds inPlaces Benifited
Krishna14002,59,000 Sq.Km.Near Mahabaleshwar in MaharashtraBay of BengalMaharastra & Andhrapradesh
Periyar2445,398 Sq.Km.Sivagiri HillsBay of BengalTamil Nadu and Kerala
Godavari14653,12,812 Sq.Km.Nasik HillsBay of BengalSouth-easterly part of Andhra Pradesh
Bhima86170,614 km2Bhimashankar TempleKrishna RiverMaharashtra, Karnataka, and Telangana
Tungabhandra53171,417 km2Bhadra River, Tunga RiverKrishna RiverKarnataka and Andhra Pradesh, Telangana
Pennar59755,213 km2NandidurgBay of BengalKarnataka and Andhra Pradesh, Telangana
Palar348N.ANandidurgBay of BengalKarnataka and Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu
Ponnaiyar4003,690 km2NandidurgBay of BengalKarnataka and Tamilnadu
Kollidam150N.AKaveri RiverBay of BengalTamil Nadu
Kaveri River76572,000 km2Western GhatsBay of BengalKarnataka and Tamilnadu





Last Updated on : October 5, 2015



     


     

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