Tonk River Map

River Map of Tonk

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Tonk Rivers

The Tonk Rivers mainly include the rivers of Banas, Mashi and Bandi. The district of Tonk has its administrative quarters by the same name.

The Tonk district shares its boundary with Jaipur district in the north, Sawai Madhopur District in the east, Ajmer District on the western side and Bundi District in the south.

Given below is a brief description of the rivers in Tonk.

Banas River: This is one of the major Tonk Rivers that flows through the district of Tonk in Rajasthan . This has got a catchment area of approximately 45,833 square kilometers. The Banas river actually originates in the Aravali range's Khamnor hills. This is a tributary of the river of Chambal. The approximate length of this river is 512 kilometers.

Mashi River: The origin of this river takes place at the Ajmer District. After flowing through a partly hilly and partly plain area in the Tonk districts, this river ultimately merges with the Banas River near Tonk.

Bandi River: Bandi flows through the district of Tonk. This is one of the Tonk Rivers that is actually the tributary of the Mashi River.

These rivers of Tonk form an integral part of the district of Tonk.

Last Updated on : 3 February 2020



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