Nagaur River Map


River Map of Nagaur

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Rivers In Nagaur



Nagaur district of Rajasthan draws thousands of Visitors to the place as Nagaur is famous for fort and itís fair. There are only a few rivers in Nagaur.

The main river among the Nagaur Rivers includes the Luni River. The Luni River lies in the southern tip of Nagaur. The Luni River has its origin in the western slopes of the Aravali range, near Ajmer in Rajasthan . The river then flows about 495 km in a south-westerly direction and then the river disappears in Runn of Kutch. The total catchments area of Luni River Basin in Rajasthan is 37,363 square km. Apart from being the main river among Nagaur Rivers; the Luni River also flows through the districts of
  • Ajmer
  • Pali
  • Jodhpur
  • Nagaur
  • Barmer
  • Jalore
  • Sirohi
The major tributaries of the Luni River include Mithri Bandi, Sukri, Khari, Jawai, Guhiya and Sagi, and the Jojari River. Merta is the main town that is located on the bank of the Luni River in Nagaur.

The Parwati river originated from the slopes of the hills of Vindhya, in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is from the Chatarpura village belonging to the district of Baran that this river enters the premises of Rajasthan, covering a total distance covered of eighty three kilometers. The major tributaries of the Parwati river, in the Kota Rivers, include Lhasi, Andheri, Berni, Bilas, Re6tri, Andheri, Kunu and Dubraj.

The Parwan river takes entry into Rajasthan at the Kharibor village located in the district of Kota. The major tributaries of the Parwan River are Ujar, Ghar, Ghorapachhar, Chappi and Newaj.


Last Updated on : 06 September 2011





     


     

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