Origin of Arvari River
- The Sakra Dam in the Alwar District, close to Thanagazi, is where the river Arvari has its beginnings.
- Near the second source, there is a third stream that disappears into the earth. At Palasana ka Pahad, the two streams converge close to Ajabgarh and Pratapgarh.
- Around Kankad ki dhani is where the river's northern catchment area is located.
- From this point on, the river is known as Arvari and flows south to the town of Hamirpur where it merges with a stream coming from the west called Nahar Nala.
- One of the river's two origins, Bhairudev Public Wildlife Sanctuary, is located close to the community of Bhavta Kaliyal (Bhuriyawas), and the other is located close to Amka and Jodhula.
Dr. Rajendra Singh helped the citizens of Bhanota-Kolyala hamlet build the Johad, an earthen check dam at the source of the dry river, in 1986, which marked the beginning of the transformation.
The Arvari River, considered the smallest river in India, is located in which state? (A) Madhya Pradesh (B) Punjab (C) Rajasthan (D) Haryana.
Rajasthan is home to the Arvari River, which is regarded as India's tiniest river. It is notable for having resumed flowing after a dry period of 60 years. The longest river in India is the Ganga. The origin of this river is the Himalayas.
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