Bhilwara River Map

River Map of Bhilwara

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Rivers In Bhilwara

Many rivers meander their way through the Bhilwara district of Rajasthan . The Bhilwara Rivers consist of the following Rajasthan Rivers:

  • Kothari
  • Banas
  • Menali
  • Bedach
  • Khari
  • Mansi
The Banas River which is one of the Bhilwara Rivers originates at the Khamnor. It is the only river of Rajasthan that flows along its entire length through the state. The Banas River which is one of the Rivers in Bhilwara is a tributary of the river Chambal. The total length of the Banas River is 512 kilometers.

The Kothari River originates in the eastern slopes of the Aravalli range and flows through the Bhilwara and the Rajsamand district for a distance of about 51 kilometers all through a hilly region and then in the plains for a distance of about 100 km in Rajasthan and then finally merges with the Banas River.

The Menali River flows through the Bhilwara district. The river Menali is a seasonal river and water is present in the river in the months of July to October. The Bedach River, in another river, that flows through the district of Bhilwara. The River Khari that flows through the Bhilwara district originates in the Deogarh hills of the Rajsamand district. The Khari River merges with the Banas River.

The Mansi River also passes through the Bhilwara district and it is a tributary of the River Khari.

Last Updated on : 06 September 2011



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