10 Lines on Luni River

Luni River is one of the major rivers which flow into Rajasthan and Gujarat. It originates from the Aravalli hills near Ajmer district and then it flows through the districts of Rajasthan. It finally falls into Rann of Kutch in Gujarat.

Luni River is a saline river due to its flow through salt rich surfaces because it absorbs the high salt content of the soil making the river to turn salty.

When Luni River enters Ajmer, it is called as Sagarmati. It is very much useful and important river for the irrigation as well as transportation purposes.

Luni River is also known Lavanaravi or Lavanavati which means “Salt River” in Sanskrit due to high salinity of its water.

Ten Lines on Luni River in English

We have provided ten lines on Luni River in English for class 3, class 4, class 5 and class 6. After reading these lines, you will know that what is Luni River, through which states Luni River flows, from where Luni River originates, where does Luni River flows, where the Luni River falls, what is the length and coverage area of Luni River, what are the main tributaries of Luni River, which cities are located on the banks of Luni River etc.

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10 Lines on Luni River – Set 1

1) Luni is one of the major rivers which flows in the western part of India i.e. Rajasthan.

2) It is an inter-state river which flows through the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat.

3) Luni River originates from Aravalli range near Ajmer district of Rajasthan.

4) After entering Ajmer district of Rajasthan, Luni River is known as Sagarmati.

5) After origin, Luni River takes north-western direction and flows into Nagaur district.

6) The river passes through Thar Desert and finally falls into Ran of Kutch in Gujarat.

7) The length of Luni River is 495 km with the coverage area of 37,363 sq. km.

8) Luni River is a seasonal river which receives its water from south-east of Aravalli range.

9) The major tributaries of Luni River are Jowai, Sukri and Jojari rivers.

10) Cities located on the banks of Luni River are Ajmer, Jodhpur, Patan, Banas Kantha etc.

We have provided another set of ten points on Luni River for class 9, class 10, class 11 and class 12. After going through these points, you will find that what is the ancient name of Luni, why the name Luni was given to the river, what is the origin of Luni River, where Luni River crosses and goes to, who built which dam on Luni River, when does the water of Luni River becomes good for agriculture and transportation etc.

You can use these lines in your speeches and extempore in the school competitions. These lines will also increase your knowledge on Luni River and it will also be very useful in your seminars as well as in your GK quiz competitions.

10 Lines on Luni River – Set 2

1) Luni River is a perennial and inter-state river which starts flowing towards the west starting from Rajasthan and flows through Gujarat.

2) In Sanskrit, Luni River is also known as ‘Lavanaravi’ or ‘Lavanavati’ which means “salt river” due to high salinity in the water of Luni River.

3) The river originates from Pushkar valley located in the western slopes of the Aravalli mountain ranges near Ajmer where it is known as Sagarmati.

4) At Govindgarh, Luni River meets Sarsuti, its tributary and then it travels to the north-western direction of Nagaur and continue after taking south west direction.

5) After taking south-west direction from Nagaur, Luni River arrives at Pali near Aravalli hills and reaches in the plains of Marwar region of Jodhpur.

6) Luni River continues in the same direction into Barmer and Jalore and finally enters into the Rann of Kutch, Gujarat, where it forms a delta and spreads the water.

7) The Luni Basin is surrounded by Aravalli range and Gujarat plains in the east, Rajasthan desert in the north and the Arabian Sea in the south as well as in the west.

8) The major tributary in the left bank of Luni River is Jojri and the tributaries which are flowing in the right direction are Jawai, Khari, Sukri, Bandi, Saagi etc.

9) With the course of 540 km, Luni River is the only major river in the area which is very useful and important for agriculture and irrigation of food crops.

10) In 1892, Maharaja Jaswant Singh constructed a dam at Pichiyak village in Jodhpur district to use the river water.

The water of Luni River is suitable for irrigation and transportation purposes and hence many dams have been constructed over the river. In 1892, Maharaja Jaswant Singh constructed a dam at Pichiyak, located in Jodhpur on Luni River. The Dantiwda Dam and Sipu Dam are also constructed on Luni River which are helpful for irrigation of the nearby areas which come under the Aravalli range and Marwar region of Jodhpur.