Major west flowing rivers in India

Narmada is the longest west-flowing river in India. It is also India's fifth longest river. Length - 1,310 km



Indus is one of the longest rivers in the world. It originates near Mount Kailash in Tibet and drain into the Arabian Sea in Pakistan. Total length - 3,180 km


Tapti River flows south of Narmada in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra. and Gujarat. Length - 725 km

Tapti (Tapi)

Sabarmati is the most important river in Gujarat. It originates from the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan and drains into the Gulf of Khambhat. Length - 370 km


Mahi River originates from the Vindhya Range of Madhya Pradesh and drains into the Gulf of Khambhat in Gujarat. Length - 580 km


Luni is the most important river of the Thar desert. Length - 500 km


A river in Karnataka that forms the mighty Jog Falls. Length - 130 km


Tawa is the longest tributary of Narmada. Length - 170 km


The five important rivers in the Indus basin.

Chenab, Jhelum, Sutlej, Ravi, and Beas

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