India is a country with all types of climate, In India, The rivers originate from the Himalayas and Karakoram ranges located in the North of the country, the Western Ghats in the South, Vindhya, and Satpura range in Central India. There are thousands of Rivers that take birth in India and merges to the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. The Ganges is the Major River in India that originates in the Himalayan Range and merges into the Bay of Bengal. Western Ghats Ranges is the hilly terrain and receives heavy rainfall where hundreds of rivers taking the start. Himalayan Range is an Icy place that contains a huge amount of ice when it melts it will become a source of water for rivers.
|River Name||Birth Place||Location of Merge||Length||Mouth|
|Ganges River||Western Himalayas||Bangladesh||2,525 km||Bay of Bengal|
|Kaveri||Talakaveri, Karnataka||Tamilnadu||765 km||Bay of Bengal|
|Godavari||Trimbak, Maharashtra||Antarvedi, Andhra Pradesh||1,465 km||Bay of Bengal|
|Krishna||Mahabaleswar||Hamasaladeevi||1,300 km||Bay of Bengal|
|Beas River||Himachal Pradesh||Arabian Sea||470 km||Arabian Sea|
|Brahmaputra River||Himalayas||Bangladesh||2,900 km||Bay of Bengal|
|Chenab River||Jammu and Kashmir||Uch Sharif, Pakistan||960 km||Indus River|
|Jhelum River||Panjab||Pakistan||813 km||Chenab River|
|Ravi River||Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh||Arabian Sea||720km||Indo-Pak border into the Chenab River|
|Sutlej River||Punjab Region||Arabian Sea||529 km||Arabian Sea|
|Mahanadi||Chhattisgarh||Orissa||858 km||Bay of Bengal|
Note: The above list of Major Rivers of India ranked by total volume and length of the rivers.
Longest River in India:
The Ganges is officially the longest river in India, the river originates and merges at the Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh. The Ganges is 2,525 km long from Himalayan mountain Gumukh to the Bay of Bengal. The Godavari is the second-longest in India with a 1465 km journey from Trimnak in Maharashtra to Antarvedi (a village in Andhra Pradesh) where it merges into the Bay of Bengal.