10 Lines on Chambal River

Chambal River is one of the major rivers which flows in northern and central India. The River flows in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh and it is the tributary of River Yamuna. Chambal River originates from Vidhya mountain range which is located in Madhya Pradesh. It then turns towards Rajasthan and finally enters into Uttar Pradesh where it joins River Yamuna as a tributary to it.

Chambal River is also considered as one of the cleanest rivers of India and home to amazing fauna like gharials, muggers, dolphins etc. Chambal river basin was used to be the heaven of the dacoits but now they have surrendered and led a normal life making the valley peaceful.

Ten Lines on Chambal River in English

10 Lines on Chambal River – Set 1

1) Chambal River is the cleanest and perennial rivers of north and central India.

2) It is the main tributary of River Yamuna in the side of central India.

3) The length of Chambal River is 960 km and 143,219 square km is the coverage area.

4) Rajasthan has the largest coverage area with 79,401 sq.km and 57.86 percent of the total.

5) Chambal River flows from the states of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.

6) It originates at Janpav, in south of Mhow town which is near to Indore.

7) From its source in Mhow, Chambal River flows north into south-eastern Rajasthan.

8) It flows through Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh borders to enter UP.

9) The famous National Chambal Sanctuary is located in Dholpur, Rajasthan in Chambal river basin.

10) The Chambal river basin promotes eco-tourism by providing facilities to tourists.

10 Lines on Chambal River – Set 2

1) Chambal River rises from northern India.

2) It is stated as the main tributary of River Yamuna.

3) Janpav Mountains situated in Indore city of Madhya Pradesh is originating place of Chambal River.

4) It is regarded as the cleanest river in India.

5) This river passes from Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan states in India.

6) It forms the border of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan states.

7) The approximate length of the Chambal River is 1024 km.

8) The drainage basin of the Chambal River is 144591 square km in area.

9) Gandhi Sagar, Jawahar Sagar, Rana Pratap Sagar, and Kota Barrage dams are built on this river.

10) Chambal is said to be the cursed river in India.

10 Lines on Chambal River

10 Lines on Chambal River – Set 3

1) The old name of the Chambal River was Charmanyavati River.

2) This river serves the people of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh.

3) The level of pollution in the Chambal River is very less.

4) It is believed that the curse of Draupadi has saved the water from becoming polluted.

5) Chambal River has a rich variety of flora and fauna.

6) Marine organisms like Ghariyal, turtles, dolphins, etc. inhabit this river.

7) Chambal River provides shelter to the Red crown roof turtle that is a critically endangered species.

8) Sandstone, slate, and limestone are the major types of rocks found in Chambal valley.

9) The National Chambal Sanctuary built along the river adds great beauty to it.

10) The reduction in the cleanliness level of river water at present is worrying.

10 Lines on Chambal River – Set 4

1) Chambal River which flows to the part of north and central India is the tributary of Yamuna River which form a portion of greater Gangetic drainage system.

2) The ancient name of Chambal River is ‘Charmanyawati’ which means the river on whose banks the leathers are dried.

3) Chambal River flows towards the north-east of Madhya Pradesh through Rajasthan and enters Uttar Pradesh from the borders of MP and Rajasthan.

4) Chambal River originates from the northern slopes of ‘Singar Chauri Peak’ on the height of 884.4m which is located in the Vindhya mountain range.

5) Chambal River flows in the north direction through Madhya Pradesh for about 346 km and then it enters Rajasthan near ‘Chaurasigarh’ in Chittorgarh.

6) While flowing in Rajasthan Chambal River makes a boundary between Rajasthan and MP, then enters Uttar Pradesh and flows about 32 km before joining Yamuna.

7) The tributaries of Chambal River include Shipra, Choti Kalisindh, Banas, Parbati, Kuwari, Kuno, Alnia and Mej rivers etc.

8) Chambal river basin lies in the semi-arid zone of north-west India bordering Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh and consists of northern tropical forests.

9) National Chambal Sanctuary located in Dholpur Rajasthan provides full protection to the endangered crocodile species of Mugger and Gharial.

10) There are four main dams which are constructed on Chambal River viz, Gandhi Sagar Dam, Rana Pratap Sagar Dam, Jawahar Sagar Dam and Kota Barrage.

With the passing of time, lots of development work in Chambal River have also undertaken with the building of irrigation facilities, dams and electricity projects. These hydro-electric projects are enhancing the lives of the people from all the three states viz, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The National Chambal Sanctuary is also located on the banks of Chambal River which is intended to protect and preserve Ghariyals and crocodiles and also provides a spot for tourism.