Udaipur River Map


River Map of Udaipur

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Udaipur Rivers



Udaipur Rivers chiefly includes the rivers of Jokham, Sabarmati, Som, Berach and Banas. The district of Udaipur shares its boundary with Aravallis in the northwestern part, Rajsamand District in the north, Chittaugarh District in the east and Dungarpur District in the south.

Given below is a brief description of the various rivers in Udaipur.

Jokham River: The Jokham River enters the Dhariabad tehsil of Udaipur after flowing through the Pratapgarh district. This river ultimately meets with the Som River.

Sabarmati River: The Sabarmati River of though originates in Gujarat but flows for a length of 29 kilometers through Udaipur in Rajasthan. It flows through the towns of Parara and Kumbhalgarh.

Som River: The Som River originates in the Bicha Mera area of Udaipur in Rajasthan . It flows through the town of Jagat in Udaipur. This river ultimately merges with the Mahi River.

Berach River: The river of Bedach originates in the district of Udaipur in the north eastern part of the city. The main tributaries of the Berach River are Wagli, Ahar, Orai and Gambhiri. It ultimately joins the river of Banas in the Bhilwara District.

Banas River: The Banas River flows in the northern part of the Udaipur district.

The Udaipur Rivers are an important part of the district of Udaipur.


Last Updated on : 06 September 2011





     


     

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