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 ====== Sabarmati ====== ====== Sabarmati ======
  
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 **Hydrological Observation Stations Map** **Hydrological Observation Stations Map**
  
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 Geographical description of the basin along with a basin map, showing sites of CWC. Geographical description of the basin along with a basin map, showing sites of CWC.
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
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 The Sabarmati basin extends over states of Rajasthan and Gujarat having an area of 21,674 Sq.km with maximum length and width of 300 km and 150 km. It lies between 70°58’ to 73°51’ east longitudes and 22°15’ to 24°47’ north latitudes. The basin is bounded by Aravalli hills on the north and north-east, by Rann of Kutch on the west and by Gulf of Khambhat on the south. The basin is roughly triangular in shape with the Sabarmati River as the base and the source of the Vatrak River as the apex point. Sabarmati originates from Aravalli hills at an elevation of 762 m near village Tepur, in Udaipur district of Rajasthan. The total length of river from origin to outfall into the Arabian Sea is 371 km and its principal tributaries joining from left are the Wakal, the Hathmati and the Vatrak whereas the Sei joins the river from right. The major part of basin is covered with agriculture accounting to 74.68% of the total area. 4.19% of the total basin area is covered by water bodies. The basin spreads over 15 parliamentary constituencies (2009) comprising 13 of Gujarat and 2 of Rajasthan. The Sabarmati basin extends over states of Rajasthan and Gujarat having an area of 21,674 Sq.km with maximum length and width of 300 km and 150 km. It lies between 70°58’ to 73°51’ east longitudes and 22°15’ to 24°47’ north latitudes. The basin is bounded by Aravalli hills on the north and north-east, by Rann of Kutch on the west and by Gulf of Khambhat on the south. The basin is roughly triangular in shape with the Sabarmati River as the base and the source of the Vatrak River as the apex point. Sabarmati originates from Aravalli hills at an elevation of 762 m near village Tepur, in Udaipur district of Rajasthan. The total length of river from origin to outfall into the Arabian Sea is 371 km and its principal tributaries joining from left are the Wakal, the Hathmati and the Vatrak whereas the Sei joins the river from right. The major part of basin is covered with agriculture accounting to 74.68% of the total area. 4.19% of the total basin area is covered by water bodies. The basin spreads over 15 parliamentary constituencies (2009) comprising 13 of Gujarat and 2 of Rajasthan.
  
-| **Salient Features of Sabarmati Basin** || +|**Salient Features of Sabarmati Basin** || 
-|**Basin Extent** ​ \\ Longitude ​ \\ Latitude| \\ 70° 58’ to 73° 51’ E  \\ 22° 15’ to 24° 47’ N|+|**Basin Extent** \\ Longitude \\ Latitude| \\ 70° 58’ to 73° 51’ E \\ 22° 15’ to 24° 47’ N|
 |**Length of Sabarmati River (Km)** |371 (in India)| |**Length of Sabarmati River (Km)** |371 (in India)|
 |**Catchment Area (Sq.km.)** |21674| |**Catchment Area (Sq.km.)** |21674|
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 |**No. of Flood Forecasting Stations (CWC)** |2| |**No. of Flood Forecasting Stations (CWC)** |2|
  
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-***Click on the highlighted river to get details** +=====   =====
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-River Overview Map  \\ (Generated Under India WRIS Project) +
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 ===== River System ===== ===== River System =====
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 ==== Rainfall ==== ==== Rainfall ====
  
-Rainfall varies from a meager few mm in Saurastra to over 1000 mm in southern part.The average annual rainfall in the Sabarmati Basin is about 787.5 mm The South - West monsoon sets in by middle of June and withdraws by the first week of October. The rainfall is mainly influenced by the southwest monsoon. ​ \\ **Mean Annual Rainfall in mm Sabarmati Basin CWC Sites**+Rainfall varies from a meager few mm in Saurastra to over 1000 mm in southern part.The average annual rainfall in the Sabarmati Basin is about 787.5 mm The South - West monsoon sets in by middle of June and withdraws by the first week of October. The rainfall is mainly influenced by the southwest monsoon.\\ 
 +**Mean Annual Rainfall in mm Sabarmati Basin CWC Sites**
  
-^Name of Site^Data utilised ​ \\ up to 2007-08(No.of years )^Average Rainfall ​ \\ in mm^Average No. of rainy days^Rainfall \\ Year 2008-09^No of Rainy days  \\ in 2008-09|+^Name of Site^Data utilised \\ up to 2007-08(No.of years )^Average Rainfall \\ in mm^Average No. of rainy days^Rainfall \\ Year 2008-09^No of Rainy days \\ in 2008-09|
 |Jotasan|13|671|38|491.4|41| |Jotasan|13|671|38|491.4|41|
 |Kheroj|20|717|43|461|37| |Kheroj|20|717|43|461|37|
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 The industrial city of Ahmedabad poses the danger of water pollution by industrial waste. The industrial city of Ahmedabad poses the danger of water pollution by industrial waste.
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-===== Water Resources ===== 
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-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Major_Medium_Irrigation_Projects_in_Sabarmati_Basin|List of Major Medium Irrigation Projects in Sabarmati Basin]] 
-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Dams_in_Sabarmati_Basin|List of Dams in Sabarmati Basin]] 
-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Barrages/​Weirs_in_Sabarmati_Basin|List of Barrages/​Weirs in Sabarmati Basin]] 
-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Lift_Stations_in_Sabarmati_Basin&​action=edit&​redlink=1|List of Lift Stations in Sabarmati Basin]] 
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-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Hydro_Electric_Projects_in_Sabarmati_Basin&​action=edit&​redlink=1|List of Hydro Electric Projects in Sabarmati Basin]] 
-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Power_Houses_in_Sabarmati_Basin&​action=edit&​redlink=1|List of Powerhouses in Sabarmati Basin]] 
  
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