Rajsamand River Map

River Map of Rajsamand

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Rajsamand Rivers

The Rajsamand Rivers are found in the state Rajasthan . The major rivers in Rajsamand are Chandrabhaga, Rajsamand Lake and Banas. A brief description of these Rajsamand Rivers is given below:
Rajsamand Lake: This is one of the popular lakes of Rajasthan flowing through the Rajsamand district. It has got a length of approximately 4 miles, breadth of 1.75 miles and depth of 60 feet. Rajsamand Lake has got a catchment area of 508 square kilometers and is built across the rivers of Kelwa, Gomati and Tali. This lake is located between the towns of Kelwa, Ghata and Sinya. It was built by Maharana Raj Singh I.

Chandrabhaga: The Chandrabhaga River flows by the town of Kuraj in the district of Rajsamand in Rajasthan. It flows through the town of Agariya touching another town named Tanwan.

Banas: Banas is known to be the tributary of the river of Chambal. The length of this river flowing through the district of Rajsamand is 512 kilometers approximately. The origin of the Banas River takes from the Khamnor Hills of the Aravalli Range, which is at a distance of 5 kilometers from Kumbhalgarh in the district of Rajsamand. The towns of Rajsamand surrounding Banas River are Kherliya, Mohli, Pipali and Akodara.

Last Updated on : 3 February 2020



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