Difference between Himalayan and Peninsular Rivers
The Main source of water is glaciers from the Himalayan range
The Main source is the peninsular plateau and the central highland
Large river basin
Comparatively smaller river basin
Depend on rain and melted snow as well for water
Depend majorly on rainfall
Indus and Brahmaputra are two major rivers
Godavari and Narmada are the two main river systems
The courses from the source to the sea are long duration
The courses from the source to the sea are shorter and shallower
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