Jaipur River Map


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Rivers In Jaipur



Jaipur Rivers include the famous rivers of Banganga, Bandi, Dhund, Moral, Sabi, Dai, Sakha and Masi. The Sabi river is one of the important Jaipur Rivers which flows down the municipalities of Mansu, Bahrod, Mandawar, Kishangarh and Tihara.

The point of origin of the Sabi River is the district of Jaipur in the state of Rajasthan . Later on the Sabi river flows on to the Gurgaon district in the state of Haryana and then towards the eastern regions of the Indian sub-continent.

The point of origin of the Banganga river is the Aravali Hills, which is at a close proximity with the Vairath and the Arnasar hills of Jaipur. The total length of the Banganga, one of the rivers of Jaipur, is three hundred and eighty kilometers. The various places which are touched by the Banganga river are those of Modhapur, Bharatpur and Fatehabad. The Bangaga ultimately flows into the Yamuna river of Agra. There is a dam, which has been constructed over the Bangana river which provides drinking water to the land of Jaipur.

The Banganga basin is placed in the north eastern regions of the district of Jaipur. The major tributaries of the Banganga river include the Jaipur Rivers of Suri and the Gumti Nalla over the right banks, while the Jaipur Rivers of Palasan and Sanwan on the left banks of Banganga. Before fusing into the Gambhir river, Banganga rivers in Jaipur, cover a total of one hundred and twenty three kilometers.

The major irrigation project located at the Banganga river is the Ramgarh project, along with ten medium and one hundred and seventy seven minor projects.


Last Updated on : 06 September 2011






     


     

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