Discuss the significant differences between the Himalayan Rivers and the Peninsular Rivers socialstudies cbse class 9
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Discuss the significant differences between the Himalayan Rivers and the Peninsular Rivers. socialstudies-cbse-class-9

Discuss the significant differences between the Himalayan Rivers and the Peninsular Rivers. 


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Himalayan River:
Himalayan rivers are perennial and flow the throughout the year.
They receive water from rainfall and melting snow of the mountains and glaciers.
The Himalayan rivers have long courses.
They carry a lot silt and sand.
These rivers originate from the North of the Himalayan mountain ranges.
Their drainage basins are large.
These rivers form big deltas.
They are useful for irrigation, cultivation and navigation.

Peninsular Rivers:
A large number of peninsular rivers are seasonal and flow during a certain period in a year.
They receive water from rainfall only.
The peninsular river have short and shallow courses.
They carry very less or no silt and sand.
They mainly originate in the Western Ghats.
Their drainage basins are small.
They form small deltas.
They are seasonal and flow over rocky areas and are not useful for cultivation and navigation.

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