Which is the largest canal of India?

The Indira Gandhi Canal (originally, Rajasthan Canal) is the longest canal of India.

Which state has largest canal in India?

The correct answer is Uttar Pradesh. The maximum part of the total irrigated area of the country by canals is in Uttar Pradesh. Other major states where irrigation is done by canals are Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, and Bihar.

Who built the first canal in India?

Tipu Sultan. Hint: The ruler who introduced canal irrigation in India was a Muslim ruler who reigned over the sultanate of Delhi. In Hisar, he dug five major canals including the renovation of Western Yamuna Canal. Complete answer: The first known ruler to introduce canal irrigation in India was Firoz Shah Tughlaq.

Which state is irrigated by Ganga Canal?

Correct Option: A. The Ganges or Ganga Canal is a canal system that irrigates the Doab region between the Ganges River and the Yamuna River in India. The canal system irrigates nearly 9,000 km² of fertile agricultural land in ten districts of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

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