India Map With Rivers (Political and Colorful):
India River Map-
India River Map (Physical and printable):
Official Map of rivers in India (Government Approved):
The map of India with rivers-
Indian River System Summary in an organized way (Information/Data):
The entire description of India River Map above in an summarized tab formatted manner of Indian River System can be easily explored below:-
The major Himalayan River systems are:
The Indus River System
The Ganga River System
The Yamuna River System
The Brahmaputra River System
Indus River or Sindhu River or Puranik River
It is found in the early Hindu Scriptures and Vedic texts. Indus river is the largest river in Formerly, Pakistan and is the country's national river. Its tributaries in India are Zanskar, Nubra and Shyok, and Hunza in Pakistan. Sutlej, Ravi, Beas, Chenab and Jhelum are its other tributaries after which the state of Punjab is named. Some also showed above in India river map with names marked.
Ganga or Ganges River system
It has tributaries on both of the banks; its right bank tributaries are the Yamuna (a major river in its own kind), and Son. While Gomti, Gandak, Ghaghara, Kosi are some left bank tributaries. It is known as The holiest and most medicinal river water (proven scientifically).
Few of them are also shown above in the River map of India.
Yamuna River System
It is a major river system in Northern part of India. It rises from Yamnotri and passes through and meets the rivers Betwa, Chambal and Ken to finally join Maa Ganga at Allahabad. Major tributaries of Yamuna river are Hindon, Tons, Chambal, Ken and Betwa.
Brahmaputra / Tsangpo River / Dihang River
Brahmaputra river, one of the major rivers in India with greatest water volume in Indian rivers. It originates from the Angsi glacier in Tibet, Himalayas. There it is known as the Tsangpo River. Entering into Arunachal Pradesh it is called as the Dihang River. Many other tributaries joining it are: the Lohit, the Dibang, the Kenula to form the main Brahmaputra river (Nadi) which flows its longest route through Assam, then enters into Bangladesh and finally falls into the Bay of Bengal.
The Major Peninsular River Systems are:
Mahanadi river is major river in East central part of India. Mahanadi river originates in the Sihava Parvat of Chhattisgarh and gradually flows its major course through the state of Orissa/Odisha. The deposition of silt by river Mahanadi is more than any other river in the Indian subcontinent. It flows through cities: Banki, Sambalpur and Cuttack.
Godavari River or Dakshina Ganga.
It covers the second longest course as river in India after Maa Ganga. It originates at Triambakeshwar, Maharashtra. Its many tributaries Indravati, Pravara, Maner Sabri, etc, flows through the states Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa/Odisha, Maharashtra, Telangana, Puducherry and Karnataka, to finally merge into the Bay of Bengal.
Kaveri River or Cauvery River
It is a major river in Southern part of India which originates in Kogadu, Karnataka in the form of a spring at Brahmagiri Hill, Talakaveri. Kaveri River is also known as the Ganges of the South, it is also one of the holiest rivers of South India. It widens as many tributaries such as Arkavati, Hemavati, Kabini, Moyari, Shimsha, Noyill, Honnuhole, Amravati, and Bhavani join it. Kaveri river slithers 800 kilometres across the three states, Kerala, Karnataka, and TamilNadu, slightly touching Pondicherry and merges into the Bay of Bengal.
It is the third longest river in India. Krishna River has a length of about 1300 km. It originates from Maharashtra's Mahabaleshwar region and it flows through Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana to finally flow into the Bay of Bengal.
Narmada River or Reva River or Narbada River
Narmada River is also well known as "Life Line of Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat" because of its huge contribution to the these states in many ways. The river originates from Amarkantak, Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh. It flows mainly through the Central India, from eastward to westward direction, and finally merges into the Arabian Sea.
Tapi River or Tapti River
Tapi river is also considered a very holy river. It follows a parallel course to the South of Narmada river, flowing through the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra and finally merges into the Gulf of Khambhat. Its three (3) major tributaries are Panjhra, Girna and Purna.