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Ganga Basin

The Northern Plains SST Std IV

Most important river in the Northern plains Ganga
States in the Ganga Basin Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal
Ganga Basin is spread across Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal
Ganga originates from The glacier Gangotri
In the mountains, the Ganga River is fed by Several tributaries like Alaknanda, Mandakini, and Bhagirathi, before it enters the Northern Plains at Haridwar
Where does the Ganga enter the Northern Plains At Haridwar, in Uttar Pradesh
How does the Ganga flow in the plains, fast or slow? Slow
Which are the tributaries of the Ganga in the plains Gandak, Ghagra, Kosi, Gomti
Gomti Tributary of Ganga in the plain
Alaknanda Tributary of Ganga in the mountain
Ghagra Tributary of Ganga in the plain
Kosi Tributary of Ganga in the plain
Mandakini Tributary of Ganga in the mountain
Bhagirathi Tributary of Ganga in the mountain
Gandak Tributary of Ganga in the plain
States through which the Ganga flows in the Northern plains After flowing through Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, the Ganga enters the West Bengal.
What happens to the Ganga in West Bengal? It splits into many branches or distributaries.
Two main branches or tributaries of the Ganga in West Bengal Hoogly and Padma.
City on Hoogly river Kolkata
How does the Hoogly flow? The Hoogly flows through the city of Kolkata into the Bay of Bengal.
How does the Padma flow? The Padma enters Bangladesh. Here it joins the Jamuna, the main branch of the Brahmaputra, before entering the Bay of Bengal.
Largest Delta in the world The Sundarbans delta made by Ganga and Brahmaputra
Sunderbans The delta made by Ganga and Brahmaputra
Created by: Moi.A
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