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Kali Sindh River in Rajasthan

Kali Sindh River in Rajasthan

Location: Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh
Length of River in Rajasthan: 278 Km.
Total Length of Kali Sindh: 550 Km.
Fed By: Marwan, Niraj & Aahu Tributaries.

Something about Kali Sindh River

Kali Sindh is a tributary of the Chambal River. The Kali Sindh has its origin in the Dewas hills in Madhya Pradesh. The river flows in a northerly direction and passes through Jhalawar and Baran districts of Rajasthan. It meets the Chambal near Nonera village in Baran. The total length of the Kali Sindh in Rajasthan is about 278 km.

Kali Sindh River is Famous for what?

  • The Kali Sindh river has only one dam in Jhalawar District of Rajasthan state.
  • Kali Sindh river is fed by the Parwan in Baran, the Niwaj in Kota, and the Aahu tributaries in Jhalawar district of Rajasthan.
  • In the Rainy season, the Kali Sindh flows out to the cities and villages. So I suggest not to visit Kali Sindh in Rainy season. you must explore Kali Sindh in the winter season.

Flora & Fauna in Kali Sindh


Around the Kali Sindh over 250 species of flowering plants are grown. Like Velvetleaf, Peanut grass, Jumby-bean, Salai Guggul, Kaim, Axlewood, Fish Berry, Flame of the forest, and many more.


Kali Sindh is the home of various species of crocodile and many animals like Sarees Cranes, Whistling Ducks, Smooth-coated otters, freshwater turtles and so many types of water animals.

Where is the Kali Sindh flow in Rajasthan State?

The natural outflow from the Baran to the Jhalawar than goes to the Kota district of Rajasthan. The plain situated in the west of Aravalli range is drained by smaller streams and their tributaries up to the Arabian sea. The most characteristic feature of the drainage system of Rajasthan is that nearly 60.2 percent of the area of the state has an inland drainage system.

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