Which state has highest river in India?
List of Indian States That Have The Maximum Number of Rivers.
Which river is very deepest in India?
The Brahmaputra river is considered to be the deepest river in India and the depth of the river is 380 feet deep.
Which is the second highest river in India?
Top 10 Longest Rivers in India
|Name of Rivers||Length (Km)|
|1. Indus River||2900|
|2. Brahmaputra River||2900|
|3. Ganga River||2525|
|4. Godavari River||1465|
Which is the longest river of India in 2021?
Longest River in India 2021 : List of Top 10 Longest Rivers in…
- Ganges River: 2525 KM.
- Godavari River: 1464 KM.
- Yamuna River: 1376 KM.
- Narmada: 1312 KM.
- Krishna River: 1300 KM.
- Indus River: 1114 KM.
- Brahmaputra: 916 KM.
- Mahanadi River: 890 KM.
Which city is called city of rivers?
Cities and Rivers
What is Ganga called in China?
In China River Ganga known as Tsangpo.
Which is the cleanest river in India?
Recently, the Jal Shakti Ministry declared the Umngot river in Meghalaya as the cleanest in the country. The ministry took to Twitter share a stunning image of the crystal-clear river.
Which state has no river in India?
Chandigarh is located between the Punjab and Haryana, Punjab to its north and west and Haryana to its east and south. The city is situated at the foot of Shivalik ranges of Himalayas. Chandigarh has no river but it has large lake, Sukhana.
Which river is called the Red river?
The Brahmaputra is known as the Red River in India.
Which river is called King of waters?
The Amazon River is called the ‘King of Waters’ because it is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world. and disputed as the the second largest river in the world. It is located in South America and with a length of 6,400 km.
Which is longest river in world?
- Nile: 4,132 miles.
- Amazon: 4,000 miles.
- Yangtze: 3,915 miles.
Which is the largest river of Asia?
Yangtze River, Chinese (Pinyin) Chang Jiang or (Wade-Giles romanization) Ch’ang Chiang, longest river in both China and Asia and third longest river in the world, with a length of 3,915 miles (6,300 km).