Sawai Madhopur River Map


River Map of Sawai Madhopur

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Sawai Madhopur Rivers



Sawai Madhopur is a district of Rajasthan that is surrounded by Dausa district in the north and Karauli district in the north western side. There are a number of rivers flowing through the district of Sawai Madhopur.

The major Sawai Madhopur Rivers include Morel, Chambal and Banas. Given below is a brief description of the rivers in Sawai Madhopur.

Morel River: The Morel River of Sawai Madhopur flows through the towns of Mittarpura, Pipalda, Jastana, Shyampura and Rorawad in Sawai Madhopur. The tributaries of this river are Dhund, Kankrauli and Kalisil rivers. It has got a catchment area of 5491 square kilometers approximately.

Chambal River: The Chambal River is one of the major Sawai Madhopur Rivers and is also known as Charmawati River. Its total length in Rajasthan is 376 kilometers approximately.

Banas River: The Banas River of Sawai Madhopur flows through a number of towns. They are Isarda, Dubi, Shyampura, Rorawad. This river also flows by the towns of Bagroli and Padra in Sawai Madhopur. The river Banas originates in the Khamnor Hills of the Aravalli Range in the district of Rajsamand. It then flows through the north eastern region of Mewar meeting Chambal in the Sawai Madhopur district near the Rameshwar village.


Last Updated on : 06 September 2011





     


     

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