Major Rivers of Tripura

Rivers of Tripura

Major rivers of Tripura that generates an annual flow of about 793 cubic meter of water. All the rivers are rain-fed and ephemeral in nature. All of them originated from hill ranges

  • Gomati: Originated from Longtharai and Atharamura range, flow westward via Amarpur, Sonamura to Bangladesh.
  • Manu: 167 km, originated from Sakhan range, flows via Kailasahar to Bangladesh.
  • Longai: 98 km, originated from Jampui Hill
  • Deo: 98 km, originated from Jampui Hill, Northerly flows through Kanchanpur valley, meets Manu river.
  • Dhalai: 117 km, originated from Longtharai range, Northerly flow via Kamalpur to Bangladesh
  • Khowai: 70 km, originated from Longtharai range, North-west flow and then northerly via khowai town to Bangladesh.
  • Haora: 53 km, originated from Baramura range, Westward flow via Agartala to Bangladesh.
  • Muhuri: 64 km, originated from Deotamura range, Westward flow via Belonia to Bangladesh.
  • Juri: originated from Jampui Hill, Northerly flow through Dharmanagar valley.
  • Fenni: originated at the border by confluence of three streams.
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