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Godavari River System: Complete Outline (for UPSC CSE)
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This lesson sheds light completely on 'Dakshin Ganga', Godavari river which originates in western ghat. Comprehensive details on the tributaries of the Godavari such as Indravati, Wardha, Manjira, Wainganga, Penganga, and Sabari will be taught in the lesson. You'll know about the origination of each tributary, in which cities the rivers flow​, and much more fascinating points.

Bhumika Saini
B Tech from MNIT, Jaipur. Appeared in CSE interview thrice. Loves teaching and playing badminton.

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Madam is there any rule followed by high court when national emergency declared? That means is there any effect on judgement of high court during national emergency?
Sakshi Mittal
a year ago
No there is no effect on judgement of High court.. However,if SC passes a jidgement in same case then the judgement of supreme court will override the judgement passed by high court...
Anit Sengupta
a year ago
Ok thank you madam
Left Bank Tributaries:Pranahita,Indravati,Sabari,Purna,Penganga,wainganga,wardha,kadam (small rivers:Pench,banganga,kadva,shivna,taliperu) Right Bank Tributaries:Manair,Manjira,Pravara,Kineerasani,pedda vaagu,Sind phana And flows through Telangana also..
Akhil P Sekhar
3 years ago
HI, I think peddavagu is a krishna tributary.
Overall course feedback: could have been much better. could have been more organised. felt like the instructor was just paraphrasing the slides at some points. factually wrong points at some places, like how both godavari and kaveri are called dakshin ganga? sometimes didnt mention which are LBT RBTs. didn't explain some technical terms, would have been better if you had linked other concepts in between... looked like the intsructor was in urgency of finishing it more than giving the right knowledg
mam please make video on narmada river. thank you
madam could you please tell me book list for geography for beginners
  1. Course: Become well-versed with the Drainage System of India Presented by Bhumika Saini Lesson: Godavari River System

  2. B Tech from MNIT, Jaipur Appeared in CSE interview thrice Three years of experience in teaching Course fee: CONTRIBUTE Follow me on Unacademy: About me

  3. Second largest river in India. . Also known as Dakshin Ganga Originating in the Western Ghats in the Nashik District of Maharashtra GODAVARI Flows in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Orissa and Andhra Pradesh. Nashik, Trimbakeshwar, Nanded, Aurangabad, Nagpur, Bhadrachalam, important centers on its bank Nizamabad, Rajamundry, Balaghat,Yanam are


  5. IndravatiWainganga GODAVARI TRIBUTARIES WardhaPenganga Manjira Sabari

  6. A right-bank tributary of the river Godavari . Originates in the Balaghat range. River flows through Maharashtra,Karnataka and MANJRA River flows through Maharashtra, Karmataka and Andhra Pradesh.

  7. Originates in the Ajanta ranges in Maharashtra It flows along the state border between Maharashtra and AP and joins the Wardha River Two dams on the river are Upper Painganga and Lower Painganga PAINGANGA It passes through the Painganga Wildlife Sanctuary

  8. It originates in Satpura Range in Betul District of Madhya Pradesh. Joins Wainganga and together they are called Pranhita, which ultimately flows into the Godavari River Upper Wardha Dam built on Wardha River feeds Amravati city WARDHA

  9. It means "the arrow of water" It originates from the southern slopes of the Mahadeo Hills of the Satpura Range of Madhya Pradesh NGA Flows south th WAINGA Flows south through Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra It drains the Chandrapur. Gadchiroli, Bhandara, Gondia and Nagpur districts of Maharashtra

  10. Indravati River originates from the Eastern Ghats in Kalahandi in Orissa Flows through Bastar District in Chhattisgarh. It forms the boundary between Maharashtra it formsthe boundary between Maharashtra INDRAVATI and Chhattisgarh The Chitrakoot Falls is located on Indravati River. Indravati National Park and Tiger Reserves are located in the adjoining region of Chattisgarh