|Name of Basin||Indus|
|Name of Basin||Brahmani and Baitarani|
Which river has the largest area in India?
The major river basin is the Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna , which is the largest with catchment area of about 11.0 lakh km2 (more than 43% of the catchment area of all the major rivers in the country). The other major river basins with catchment area more than 1.0 lakh km2 are Indus, Mahanadi, Godavari and Krishna.
Which river has the smallest basin in India?
The Avari River, the smallest or shortest river in India, has the smallest river basin in the country.
Which is the first biggest waterfall in India?
Kerala’s Kunchikal Falls, the largest waterfall in India.
Who is the biggest lake in India?
Biggest lake in India – Chilika Lake
- Puri District.
- Puri – Places to Visit.
- Chilika Lake.