YAMUNA RIVER (ref -https://www.pmfias.com/)

  • Largest and the most important tributary.
  • It originates from the Yamnotri glacier on the Bandarpunch Peak in the Garhwal region in Uttarakhand at an elevation of about 6,000 meters.
  • It cuts across the Nag Tibba, the Mussoorie and the Shiwalik ranges.
  • It emerges out of the hilly area and enters plains near
  • Its main affluent in the upper reaches is the Tons which also rises from the Bandarpunch glacier.
  • It joins Yamuna below Kalsi before the latter leaves the hills.
  • At this site, the water carried by the Tons is twice the water carried by the Yamuna.

Betwa River

  • The Betwa rises in Bhopal district (Vindhyan Range) and joins the Yamuna near
  • It has a total length of 590 km.
  • The Dhasan is its important tributary.

Ken River

  • The Ken River rising from the Barner Range of Madhya Pradesh joins the Yamuna near Chila.

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