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 ====== Mahi ====== ====== Mahi ======
  
-[[:Mahi#|« Go Back]]+[[:independent_river|« Go Back]]
  
 **Hydrological Observation Stations Map** **Hydrological Observation Stations Map**
  
 {{:​400px-mahi_basin.png?​direct&​400x545|Hydrological Observation Stations Map}} {{:​400px-mahi_basin.png?​direct&​400x545|Hydrological Observation Stations Map}}
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
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 The Mahi basin extends over states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat having total area of 34,842 Sq.km with a maximum length and width of about 330 km and 250 km. It lies between 72°21’ to 75°19’ east longitudes and 21°46’ to 24°30’ north latitudes. It is bounded by Aravalli hills on the north and the north-west, by Malwa Plateau on the east, by the Vindhyas on the south and by the Gulf of Khambhat on the west. Mahi is one of the major interstate west flowing rivers of India. It originates from the northern slopes of Vindhyas at an altitude of 500 m near village Bhopawar, Sardarpur tehsil in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. The total length of Mahi is 583 km. The Som is its principal tributary which joins from right, and the Anas and the Panam joins the river from left. It drains into the Arabian Sea through the Gulf of Khambhat. The major part of basin is covered with agricultural land accounting to 63.63% of the total area and 4.34% of the basin is covered by water bodies. The basin spreads over 11 parliamentary constituencies (2009) comprising 6 of Gujarat, 3 of Rajasthan, and 2 of Madhya Pradesh. The Mahi basin extends over states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat having total area of 34,842 Sq.km with a maximum length and width of about 330 km and 250 km. It lies between 72°21’ to 75°19’ east longitudes and 21°46’ to 24°30’ north latitudes. It is bounded by Aravalli hills on the north and the north-west, by Malwa Plateau on the east, by the Vindhyas on the south and by the Gulf of Khambhat on the west. Mahi is one of the major interstate west flowing rivers of India. It originates from the northern slopes of Vindhyas at an altitude of 500 m near village Bhopawar, Sardarpur tehsil in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. The total length of Mahi is 583 km. The Som is its principal tributary which joins from right, and the Anas and the Panam joins the river from left. It drains into the Arabian Sea through the Gulf of Khambhat. The major part of basin is covered with agricultural land accounting to 63.63% of the total area and 4.34% of the basin is covered by water bodies. The basin spreads over 11 parliamentary constituencies (2009) comprising 6 of Gujarat, 3 of Rajasthan, and 2 of Madhya Pradesh.
  
-| **Salient Features of Mahi Basin** || +|**Salient Features of Mahi Basin** || 
-|**Basin Extent** ​ \\ Longitude ​ \\ Latitude|72° 21’ to 75° 19’ E  \\ 21° 46’ to 24° 30’ N|+|**Basin Extent** \\ Longitude \\ Latitude|72° 21’ to 75° 19’ E \\ 21° 46’ to 24° 30’ N|
 |**Length of Mahi River (Km)** |583| |**Length of Mahi River (Km)** |583|
 |**Catchment Area (Sq.km.)** |34842| |**Catchment Area (Sq.km.)** |34842|
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 |Total|34842| |Total|34842|
  
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 ===== River System ===== ===== River System =====
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 **Mean Annual Rainfall in mm Mahi Basin CWC Sites** **Mean Annual Rainfall in mm Mahi Basin CWC Sites**
  
-|Name of Site|Data utilised up to 2007-08 \\ (No.of years)|Average Rainfall ​ \\ in m|Average No. of  \\ rainy days|Rainfall year  \\ 2008-09|No of Rainy days \\ 2008-09|+|Name of Site|Data utilised up to 2007-08 \\ (No.of years)|Average Rainfall \\ in m|Average No. of \\ rainy days|Rainfall year \\ 2008-09|No of Rainy days \\ 2008-09|
 |Chakaliya|17|738|38|470|34| |Chakaliya|17|738|38|470|34|
 |Mataji|19|887|54|719.2|41| |Mataji|19|887|54|719.2|41|
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 ===== Inter-State Agreements ===== ===== Inter-State Agreements =====
  
-  - [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​46.pdf|Agreement dated 10th January, 1966 between Government of Rajasthan and Gujarat regarding exploitation of Mahi river]] +  - [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​46.pdf|Agreement dated 10th January, 1966 between Government of Rajasthan and Gujarat regarding exploitation of Mahi river]] 
-  - [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​47.pdf|Supplemental to the agreement of 1966, dated 29th August 1975]] +  - [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​47.pdf|Supplemental to the agreement of 1966, dated 29th August 1975]] 
-  - [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​48.pdf|Supplemental to agreement of 1966 & 1975, dated 2nd September 1976]] +  - [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​48.pdf|Supplemental to agreement of 1966 & 1975, dated 2nd September 1976]] 
-  - [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​49.pdf|Supplemental to the agreement of 1966, 1975 & 1976, dated 5th April 1978]]+  - [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​49.pdf|Supplemental to the agreement of 1966, 1975 & 1976, dated 5th April 1978]]
  
  
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