10 Lines on Yamuna River

Yamuna River is one of the major rivers of India. It is the fifth-longest river of India and the second largest tributary of River Ganga. It originates from Bandar Pooch glacier located in Uttarakhand. Yamuna is the lifeline of the capital of India, New Delhi and it also flows from Haryana and Uttar Pradesh where it meets with Ganges at Allahabad.

Yamuna has equal religious importance as Ganga and the holy cities like Mathura and Allahabad are situated on the river banks of it. When Yamuna joins Ganga at Allahabad or Prayagraj, the place is called Sangam and Kumbh mela is organized with much zeal and zest every 12 years.

Ten Lines on Yamuna River in English

10 Lines on Yamuna River – Set 1

1) Yamuna River is the fifth longest river and is one of the major rivers of north India.

2) Yamuna is the largest branch of the bigger River Ganga with 1370 km of length.

3) The coverage area of Yamuna River is 366,223 square km, around 40.2% of Ganga basin.

4) Yamuna originates from Yamunotri which is located in the Himalayas.

5) It flows along the borders of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana to the west side.

6) After crossing Mathura and Agra, Yamuna reaches Allahabad and joins Ganga.

7) Famous ‘Kumbh mela’ is organized on the confluence of rivers Ganga and Yamuna.

8) Yamuna flows through the states of Uttarakhand, Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

9) The rivers which are the tributaries of Yamuna are Tons, Chambal, Betwa and Ken.

10) The famous cities Agra, Mathura and Allahabad are located on the banks of Yamuna.

10 Lines on Yamuna River – Set 2

1) Yamuna River is stated as one of the ancient rivers in India.

2) It is regarded as the second largest tributary of the Ganga River.

3) It flows through Uttrakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Delhi states of India.

4) Yamunotri Glacier is the originating point of the Yamuna River.

5) It is situated in the Banderpooch peaks of the Lower Himalayas in Uttrakhand.

6) Yamuna River is 1376 km in length.

7) The area of the drainage basin of the Yamuna River is 366223 square km.

8) Tons, Chambal, Ken, Sindh, Betwa, etc are the tributaries of the Yamuna River.

9) Triveni Sangam in Prayagraj is the place where the Yamuna unites with the Ganga river.

10) Kumbh Mela is organized at this place after every 12 years.

10 Lines on Yamuna River

10 Lines on Yamuna River – Set 3

1) Yamuna River is the longest tributary in India.

2) It is stated in second place in the list of the seven most sacred rivers of India.

3) Yamuna River is of great religious importance in Hinduism.

4) People worship the river Yamuna and call it Goddess Yamuna.

5) Yamuna River is called Jumna in Uttar Pradesh and Uttrakhand.

6) The water of the Yamuna River majorly serves the need of the people of Delhi.

7) It forms an alluvial of high fertility with river Ganga in Indo-gangetic plains.

8) It now ranks among the most polluted rivers in India.

9) This is because of excessive dumping of sewage and industrial wastewater.

10) Yamuna Action Plan in 1993 had been initiated by the government for cleaning the Yamuna.

10 Lines on Yamuna River – Set 4

1) Yamuna River is also known as ‘Jumna’ or ‘Jamuna’ and is the fifth-longest river of India and the second largest tributary of Ganga.

2) The name Yamuna is taken from the word ‘Yama’ which means twin and this reason might have applied as Yamuna River flows parallel to River Ganga.

3) Yamuna River is also known as Yami, the sister of Yamraj, the god of death and the daughter of Sun and mother Sandhya.

4) People believe that Yamuna is originated from the yamunotri shrine which is mentioned as four major pilgrimages known as ‘Char Dham’.

5) The source of Yamuna River is from the frozen ‘Champasar Lake’ in Bandar Pooch glacier located in Har-Ki-Doon hilly ranges in Uttarkashi of Uttarakhand.

6) From Uttarakhand, Yamuna flows into Paonta Sahib of Himachal Pradesh and then it flows through the boundary of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

7) Yamuna River also enters New Delhi where it fills the Agra canal located at the south of Delhi and turns southeast to Mathura passing Agra.

8) After crossing Haryana, Yamuna River enters Uttar Pradesh and flows from Agra, Mathura and reaches Allahabad where it merges with River Ganga.

9) In Allahabad, the confluence of Yamuna and Ganga is known as ‘Sangam’ and the famous ‘Kumbh Mela’ is organized every 12 years at location.

10) In the early 90s, Government of India with financial assistance from Japan started Yamuna action plan to clean Yamuna.

Apart from physical and geographical importance, Yamuna River has religious importance in Hinduism. It is said that Lord Krishna was born in Mathura which is situated on the banks of Yamuna River. There is a number of pilgrimages and temples which are located on the banks of Yamuna. Sangam at Allahabad becomes so auspicious, a place that every 12 years ‘Kumbh Mela’ is organised at the location. The famous Taj Mahal is also located on the banks of River Yamuna.

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