Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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Geography One-Liners for various competitive examinations

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 Maximum questions come from Geography portion in different competitive exams.

Here are some important Geography one-liners for students competing for various exams

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1-The history of Narmada River is closely associated with the place Amarkantak and Narmadakund. The place of origin of Narmada River is an open pool known as Narmadakund.


2- The Narmada River is one of the most important rivers situated in central India and the fifth largest river in the sub-continent.


3-The Narmada has four important tributaries, namely the Hallon, Banjar, Tawa and Barna.


4- The Tawa River flowing through central India is the longest tributary of the Narmada River. It has its origins in the Satpura range of the Betul and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh.


5-The Banjar River passes through the Mandla District in the state of Madhya Pradesh.


6-Amarkantak is the starting point for Narmada and Son Rivers.


7-According to the Puranas the Narmada is also called the Rewa.


8-The Tapti River, also known as Tapi River is located in central India and runs following an east to the west itinerary, between two rivers namely, the Godavari and Narmada.


9-The Tapti River originates in the Betul district from a place called Multai. The origin of Tapti River is at the Satpura range of Betul district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.


10-According to Hindu values, the Tapi River is considered to be the daughter of Lord Surya.


11-The Tapi River in Thailand was named after India’s Tapti River in August 1915.


12-The principal tributaries of the Tapti River are the Purna River, Girna River, Panzara River, Waghur River, Bori River and Aner River.


13-According to Hindu mythology, Mata Tapti is known to be the daughter of Surya, the Sun God.


14-The principal Himalayan Rivers comprise the Indus River, the legendary Ganga River and the Brahmaputra River.


15-The secondary Himalayan Rivers include Sutlej River, Chenab River or Chandra Bhaga River, Beas River, Ravi River, Jhelum River, Yamuna River and Spiti River.


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