Nagaland River Map


River Map of Nagaland

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River Map of Nagaland Mon Longleng Tuensang Mokokchung Wokha Zunheboto Pkek Kohima Dimapur Peren Kiphire ASSAM ARUNACHAL PRADESH MANIPUR MYANMAR
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Nagaland is a state covered by four major rivers. These rivers serve as an important source of water for the state of Nagaland. Dhansiri which is one of the major tributaries of Brahmaputra River covers most of the areas in Nagaland.

The state also receives water from Dikhu, Doyang and the Jhanji Rivers. In the absence of any waterfalls the state relies heavily on these rivers to meet its water requirements. These rivers receive a continuous supply of water throughout the year.

MapsofIndia brings you the river maps of Nagaland. These include:

  • Dimapur River Map
  • Kohima River Map
  • Mokokchung River Map
  • Mon River Map
  • Tuensang River Map
  • Workha River Map
  • Zunheboto River Map

Last Updated on 15th January 2013



     


     

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