The Peninsular Rivers

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The Peninsular Rivers:-                  The Peninsular drainage system predates the Himalayan drainage system. The broad, largely-graded shallow basins and the maturity of the rivers attest. The Western Ghats, which run close to the western shore, serve as a water divide between the major Peninsular Rivers, which discharge their … Read more

Tributaries of Ganga

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The Ganga basin is approximately 861,404 square kilometers in size (26.3 percent of total geographical area of country).

Tributaries of Indus

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The river runs northwest and reaches India’s Ladakh area from a point named Demchok. Once in India, the Indus flows between the Karakoram and the Ladakh ranges, but is closer to the Ladakh range.