10 Lines on Sabarmati River

Sabarmati River is a west-flowing river that flows into the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. It is also considered a monsoon-based river as it flows maximum during the monsoon season. Sabarmati River originates in the Aravalli mountain ranges located in Rajasthan. After Rajasthan, the Sabarmati River flows to Gujarat and drains into the Gulf of Khambhat. The famous metropolitan city Ahmadabad is located on the banks of River Sabarmati.

During the struggle for Indian independence, Mahatma Gandhi constructed an ashram which was like his home on the banks of the Sabarmati River and it was named on the river. Sabarmati Riverfront is water front project which is being built on the Sabarmati River to provide better environment, infrastructure and development.

Ten Lines on Sabarmati River in English

10 Lines on Sabarmati River – Set 1

1) Sabarmati River is one of the major rivers which flow in the western part of India.

2) It is an inter-state river that flows through Rajasthan and Gujarat.

3) Sabarmati River originates from the Aravalli mountain ranges in Rajasthan.

4) It flows in the south-western direction towards Rajasthan and Gujarat.

5) In the last stage, Sabarmati River gets drained in Gulf of Khambhat of the Arabian Sea.

6) The length of Sabarmati River is 371 km with a coverage area of 21674 square km.

7) The Sabarmati River basin is situated in the mid-southern part of Rajasthan.

8) The river basin extends up to Udaipur, Sirohi and Pali districts of Rajasthan.

9) The tributaries of Sabarmati River are Sei, Wakal, Watrak, Shedhi, Harnav, Guhai etc.

10) Mahatma Gandhi established its ashram as his home on the banks of Sabarmati River.


10 Lines on Sabarmati River – Set 2

1) Sabarmati River emerges in Western India.

2) It traces its course in Gujarat and Rajasthan state of India.

3) It is stated as one of the most polluted rivers in India.

4) Aravali range in the Udaipur district in Rajasthan is the originating place of the Sabarmati River.

5) Sabarmati River is 371 km in length.

6) The area of the basin of the Sabarmati River is 30680 square km.

7) Wakal, Harnav, Hathmati, Watrak are the left bank tributaries of the Sabarmati river.

8) Sei River is the right bank tributary of river Sabarmati.

9) Udaipur, Ahmadabad, Gandhinagar, etc. districts of India are situated along the bank of the Sabarmati River. 10) Sabarmati River empties in the Gulf of Khambhat of the Arabian Sea.

10 Lines on Sabarmati River

10 Lines on Sabarmati River – Set 3

1) Sabarmati River is an important river of Rajasthan.

2) It is regarded among the major west-flowing rivers in India.

3) Sabarmati River is a monsoon-fed river of India.

4) Bhogwa is the mythological name of the Sabarmati River.

5) Sabarmati Ashram was built by Mahatma Gandhi along the banks of River Sabarmati.

6) It was the home of Gandhiji during India's struggle for independence.

7) Dharoi Dam, Hathmati Dam, Guhai Dam, etc are built on Sabarmati River.

8) The river water is used in generating electricity and providing irrigation facilities.

9) The initiation of construction of the Sabarmati riverfront is an important project of river Sabarmati.

10) Its vision is to reduce river pollution, prevent floods, and enhance tourism and the economy.


10 Lines on Sabarmati River – Set 4

1) Sabarmati is a westward flowing monsoon-based Indian river which flows through the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat.

2) The ancient name of Sabarmati River was Bhogwa and there is folklore that Lord Shiva brought Goddess Ganga to Gujarat which brought the existence of Sabarmati River.

3) Sultan Ahmad Shah of Gujarat was relaxing on the banks of Sabarmati was inspired by the courage of a rabbit chasing a dog and established Ahmedabad city in 1411.

4) Sabarmati River originates from the Aravalli mountain range located in Udaipur district in Rajasthan, this river is also called Wakal in its starting.

5) Sabarmati River flows in south-western direction between Rajasthan and Gujarat and finally gets drained into Gulf of Khambhat in Arabian Sea.

6) The Sabarmati River basin has a length of 300 km and its width is of 105 km, 4124 sq. km lies in Rajasthan and 18550 sq. km lies in the area of Gujarat.

7) The river basin is located in the mid-southern part of Rajasthan and extends up to Udaipur, Sirohi and Dungarpur districts of Rajasthan.

8) The Banas and Mahi basins lie on the east of the Sabarmati River basin, and Luni basin is located on the north and to west it is surrounded by west Banas basin.

9) There are several dams that are built on Sabarmati River like Dharoi Dam, Hathmati Dam and Guhai Dam.

10) The National Water Quality Program (NWCP), led by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) declared the Sabarmati River the most polluted river in India.


Several dams are constructed on Sabarmati River viz, the Dharuhera Dam, Hathmati Dam and Guhai Dam. The Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahmadabad is also developed on the banks of Sabarmati River as a best tourist destination for those who want to enjoy the sight on the banks of Sabarmati River. The National Water Quality Program has declared Sabarmati as one of the most polluted rivers of India. However many programmes have been initiated to make it as a clean and safe river.

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