River Krishna


The Krishna River is 1300 kilometers long river and one of the lengthiest rivers in Peninsular India. It is the 4th most significant river in India after the Ganga, the Godavari in addition to the Narmada. Krishna River climbs up at Mahabaleswar in area Satara, Maharashtra in the west and also fulfills the Bay of Bengal at Hamasaladeevi in Andhra Pradesh, on the easternmost coast. It moves via Maharastra, Andhra Pradesh, in addition to Karnataka. The delta of this river is among the most plentiful locations in India as well as additionally was the home to old Satavahana and also Ikshvaku Empire kings. The largest city on the River Krishna is Vijaywada.

The river moves quickly, developing much disintegration in June as well as additionally August. Throughout this moment, Krishna takes fertile soil from Maharashtra, Karnataka along with western Andhra Pradesh in the direction of the delta area. The river has a variety of tributaries; nonetheless, Tungabhadra is the main tributary. Leaving Mahabaleswar behind, the Krishna takes the kind of the Dhom lake in Panchgani, a prominent hill terminal only 17 kilometers from Mahabaleswar. Crisscrossing its means through Wai, Narsobachi, as well as Wadi (near Kolhapur) in Maharashtra, the river gets in Karnataka at Kurundwad, 60 kilometers from Kolhapur. In Karnataka, the river undergoes the Belgaum, Bijapur and also Gulbarga areas, covering a complete range of 220 km. The Krishna goes into Andhra Pradesh near Deosugur in Raichur area as well as also spins via Mahbubnagar, Kurnool, Guntur, and even Krishna districts. The river incorporates right into the Bay of Bengal at Hamasaladeevi. Two dams, Srisailam, along with Nagarjuna Sagar, are built throughout the Krishna River. Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is the globe’s greatest masonry dam.


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