Chittorgarh River Map



River Map of Chittorgarh

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Rivers In Chittorgarh



Chittorgarh is one of the oldest towns of Rajasthan. Located in eastern Rajasthan , the city is famous for its forts and magnificent palaces. Chittorgarh is the land of many rivers.

The Chittorgarh Rivers include:
  • Banas River
  • Berach River
  • Bamani River
  • Bagli River
  • Bagat River
  • Gambhiri River
  • Orai River
  • Zakhm River
  • Mahi River
  • Gunjali River
Banas River is the main river among the Chittorgarh Rivers. Banas River is the tributary of Chambal River. The length of the Banas River is about 512 kilometers. The River has its origin in the Khamnor Hills of the Aravalli Range, in Rajsamand District.

It then flows through the Mewar region and meets the Chambal River near Rameshwar in Sawai Madhopur District. The cities that lie on its bank include Nathdwara, Jahanpur, and Tonk. The main tributaries include Berach and Menali that lies on the right of the river, and the Kothari, Khari, Dai, Dheel River, Sohadara, Morel and Kalisil on the left.

The Berach River, which is the tributary of the Benas River, is also one of the main rivers of Chittorgarh. The river originates in the hills of Udaipur district and flows through the Udaipur, Chittorgarh and Bhilwara districts. The length of the river is about 157 km and its chief tributaries include Ahar, Wagli Wagon, Gambhiri and Orai. Gambhiri and Orai also flow through Chittorgarh. The headquarters of Chittorgarh lies on the Berach River. The other major towns of Chittorgarh on the bank of the river include Gangrar and Mugana Kapasan. The Gambhiri River is one of the main rivers of Chittorgarh and is of 110 km in length. The river empties itself in the Yamuna River. The length of the Mahi River is 500 km Mahi River has its origin in Madhya Pradesh, flows through Rajasthan and then enters Gujrat.


Last Updated on : 3 February 2020