How many states cover Godavari?

How many states cover Godavari?

The river is 1,465 km long and ranks as the second longest river in the country (after the Ganges). The drainage basin of the river is present in six states of India: Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh , Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, and Orissa.

In which state is the flow of Godavari?

The Godavari River rises in northwestern Maharashtra state in the Western Ghats range, only about 50 miles (80 km) from the Arabian Sea, and flows for most of its course generally eastward across the broad plateau of the Deccan (peninsular India).

Does Godavari pass through Chhattisgarh?

The Godavari river originates in the Nasik district of Maharashtra state, in a 1067m high point called Trymbak. Thereafter it flows into Chhattisgarh, forming its southern border.

Which dam is built on Godavari river?

Ghatghar Dam was built for hydro power generation by diverting the water of Pravara tributary outside Godavari river basin to a west flowing river which joins Arabian sea.

Which state has highest river in India?

List of Indian States That Have The Maximum Number of Rivers.

S.No. States
1 Andhra Pradesh
2 Karnataka
3 Kerala
4 Madhya Pradesh

Which is the largest river in Chhattisgarh?

River Mahanadi
River Mahanadi, draining the vast central region of Chhattisgarh state, forms the biggest river system in the state.

Which is the biggest dam on Godavari River?

Gangapur Dam: Godavari has been dammed right after its origin in Tryambakeshwar. This dam has seen one of the biggest diversions of irrigation water for non-irrigation purpose….Godavari Basin in Maharashtra: A Profile.

Name of the project Medigadda
River basin Godavari
Status Future
(District) Karimnagar (Tel)
Storage (TMC) 26.77

Which is the 2nd largest river in India?

The Godavari
The Godavari is India’s second longest river after the Ganga.

Which Indian state has no river?

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.