Banswara River Map

River Map of Banswara

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River Map of Banswara Udaipur Pratapgarh MADHYA PRADESH GUJARAT Dungarpur
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Rivers In Banswara

Banswara Rivers, which water the district of Banswara in Rajasthan , are mainly located in the Mahi River basin.

The Banswara district itself lies in the Mahi River basin, where three rivers flow. Mahi is the main river flowing in the Banswara district. This river is considered to be one of the major water sources of the district. The river Mahi originates in the neighboring state, Madhya Pradesh. The river enters the Banswara district in its southeastern part. In the district, it first flows northwards and then, turning southwest, along the boundary of the Banswara and Dungarpur districts. Finally the river joins the Gulf of Cambay.

There are also other rivers in Banswara, which flow across the district. Anas River is one of the tributaries of Mahi River, which originates from Madhya Pradesh. The river meets with Mahi River near Galiakot village. The sub-basin of the Ansa River lies in Banswara District.

There is also another rivulet called Chaini, which flows in Banswara district.

Last Updated on : 3 February 2020



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