Dausa River Map

River Map of Dausa

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River Map of Dausa Bharatpur  Alwar Jaipur Tonk Sawai Madhopur  Karauli
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Rivers In Dausa

Dausa district is situated in the eastern part of Rajasthan . The major Dausa Rivers include Sawa and Banganga. River Banganga is considered to be the main river among the Dausa Rivers.

River Banganga has its origin in the Aravali hills, near Arnasar and Bairath in Jaipur District. The river is approximately 240 km in length. The right bank tributaries include Gumti Nalla and Suri River, and the left bank tributaries of the Banganga River include Sanwan and Palasan Rivers. Apart from being the main river among the rivers in Dausa, the river Banganga also flows through:
  • Alwar
  • Jaipur
  • Sawai Madhopur
  • Bharatpur
The district headquarters of the Dausa lies on the bank of the River Banganga. The catchment area of the River Banganga is 8,878 sq km. A number of irrigation projects are located on Banganga River.

Suri River, which is the tributary of Banganga is also one of the rivers of Dausa. Suri River has its origin in the hills near Kanst village in Dausa District. The river then flows to the north for about 18 km and then northeast for about 10 km and then joins the main river near the village of Kailai. The catchment area of the river is about 76sqkm.The main tributaries include Gumti Nalla, Sanwan and Palasan Rivers.

Last Updated on : 3 February 2020



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