Chambal River is a Part of: A) Sabarmati Basin B) Ganga Basin C) Narmada Basin D) Godavari Basin

By Esha Dhawan|Updated : July 11th, 2022

The Chambal River is situated in Central and Northern India and is a tributary of the Yamuna River. It is famous for being one of the cleanest perennial rivers in the country. Furthermore, the Chambal river is a part of the Narmada Basin.

Answer:

Chambal river is a part of the Narmada Basin

The Narmada basin is spread over the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat. The Chambal river is considered to be a pollution-free river and has been mentioned in ancient scriptures as well as epics like the Mahabharata. 

Summary:

Chambal River is a Part of: A) Sabarmati Basin B) Ganga Basin C) Narmada Basin D) Godavari Basin

Chambal river is a part of the Narmada river basin which spreads over Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. 

 

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