List of rivers of India
 
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Major Rivers in India View from space A river is a natural watercourse, usually of fresh water, flowing towards an ocean, a lake, a sea, or another river. Rivers form part of the hydrological cycle. This is a
list of rivers in India
. Rivers that flow into the sea are geographically, along the coast starting from the Bay of Bengal in the east, moving along the Indian coast southward to Kanyakumari, then northward along the Arabian Sea. Tributary rivers are listed hierarchically in upstream order: the lower in the list, the more upstream. The biggest major rivers of India are:
 
 
flowing into the Arabian Sea: Indus,  Narmada, Tapi (and their main tributaries) The remaining rivers are as follows:
 
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(Old) Brahmaputra (in Bangladesh)
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Tuivai River
 
Irang River
Brahmaputra River Basin
 
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Bhugdoi River  (or Bhogdoi), also called Gelabill (previously called Desoi)
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Dharla River  (Bangladesh)
 
Jaldhaka (India)
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Dikhou River  (or Dikhu)
 
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Dihing River , also called Burhidihing, Buri Dihing, and
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 in its earlier course through  Namdapha National Park  
 
 
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Kameng River , also called Jia Bhoreli (previously called Bhareli)
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Kolong River
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Lohit River  (or Luhit)
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Sankosh (also Sankhosh)
 
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Teesta River  (also Tista)
 
 
 
 
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Torsa River  (also Torsha), called Kaljani in Bangladesh
 
 
Buri Torsa
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Upriver of the Dibang the Brahmaputra is known as the Dihang River and, China, the Yarlung Tsangpo River  
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Yamuna
Ganges River Basin
Map of the Ganges (orange), Brahmaputra (violet), and Meghna (green) drainage basins. Yamuna River drainage basin map.
 
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Hooghly River  (distributary)
 
 
 
Jahanavi river  It is named as jahanvi in Sultanganj,Bihar
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Meghna River  (distributary)
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