Krishna river

Krishna is a river flowing in India. It originates from Mahabaleshwar, the mountain of Western Ghats. Its length is approximately 1400 kilometers. It falls in the Bay of Bengal, flowing in the southeastern state of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh. Krishna is chief of the river's tributaries: Tungabhadra, Ghatprabha, Musi and Bhima. Located on the banks of the Krishna River, on the banks of Vijayawada and Mussi river. At the mouth there is a big delta. Its delta is one of the most fertile areas of India. Due to soil erosion, it damages the environment very much.

Krishna river is an important river of southern India, originating from the Western Ghat range near Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra state, which is not far from the western coast of India. It flows from eas...

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Krishna is a river flowing in India. It originates from Mahabaleshwar, the mountain of Western Ghats. Its length is approximately 1400 kilometers. It falls in the Bay of Bengal, flowing in the southeastern state of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh. Krishna is chief of the river's tributaries: Tungabhadra, Ghatprabha, Musi and Bhima. Located on the banks of the Krishna River, on the banks of Vijayawada and Mussi river. At the mouth there is a big delta. Its delta is one of the most fertile areas of India. Due to soil erosion, it damages the environment very much.

Krishna river is an important river of southern India, originating from the Western Ghat range near Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra state, which is not far from the western coast of India. It flows from east to west and then generally flows towards the Karnataka-state border, through the Sangli in the south-east direction. By reaching here, this river turns towards east and flows through the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh at random speed. It now rotates in the south-east and then north-east direction and then flows eastwards to its delta head in Vijayawada. By getting distance of about 1,290 km from here, it is found in the Bay of Bengal. Krishna has a large and very fertile delta, which goes further towards the Godavari river region in the northeast.

This vessel is not worthy, but water is available for irrigation from Krishna; A dam located in Vijayawada controls the flow of water with the help of a canal system in the delta. Due to the availability of water through monsoon rain, there is considerable fluctuation in the water level of the river, which is limited to its usefulness for irrigation.

It is expected from the Krishna River Valley Project (Maharashtra) that the state will get more water for irrigation. The river Krishna has two largest tributaries, Bhima (North) and Tungabhadra (South). Irrigation water has increased due to the Ujwani dam on Bhima river (Maharashtra) and another dam built on the Tungabhadra River in Hausapet. There is also a supply of electricity from the hosepet.