Explain the Bay of Bengal drainage system of Rajasthan.
Bay of Bengal drainage system is one of the drainage systems of Rajasthan. The Chambal, the Banas and the Banganga are the rivers which are included in this system and these rivers flow into the Yamuna River.
Chambal River is a tributary of the Yamuna River in the central India. It originates from hill of Janapav near Mahu in Madhya Pradesh and flows in the some district of Rajasthan. Some dam like Rana Pratap Sagar Dam, Gandhi Sagar dam have been built on this river.
Banas is also known as “The hope of forest” and it originates from hill of Kumbhalgarh at monastery of Vero.
Banganga River originates from the Bairath hills in Jaipur. Jamwa Ramgarh dam has been constructed on this river.
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