Rivers

river is a natural flowing watercourse, usually freshwater, flowing towards an ocean, sea, lake or another river.

Brahmaputra riverBrahmaputra river is the deepest river in India.

The source of a river is usually found in high places such as hills or mountains. A river can have more than one source.

Most rivers begin life as a tiny stream running down a mountain slope. They are fed by melting snow and ice, or by rainwater running off the land. The water follows cracks and folds in the land as it flows downhill.

Small streams meet and join together, growing larger and larger until the flow can be called a river.

Roe River

World’s Shortest River. The Roe River is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s shortest river.

Ganga River

India is the world’s most polluted country and, as such, its most important river is no less so because thousands upon thousands of pilgrims bathe to cleanse their sins.But now during lockdown both the rivers are very clean.

Narmada River

Narmada– the oldest one river of India. Narmada river is considered as the oldest rivers in the earth.It is located in India.

Ganga

The Ganges or Ganga river flows through the nations of India and empties into the Bay of Bengal. River Ganga is the most sacred river to Hindus and worshipped as the goddess, The Ganges is the longest river of India and Ganges Delta is the world’s largest delta.

River Thames

The River Thames is one of the cleanest rivers in the world. 

Damodar River

Damodar River was earlier known as the “River of Sorrows” as it used to flood many areas of Bardhaman, Hooghly, Howrah and Medinipur districts.

Umngot river

Umngot river at Dawki village of Meghalaya is considered to be the India’s cleanest river

Brahmaputra River

Brahmaputra River

The Brahmaputra River is truly one of the most beautiful rivers in India as well as on planet earth.

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