(Last Updated on : 07/03/2015)
Yashoda River is one of the tributaries of Godavari River
in India. Yashoda is a sub river of Wardha River
originates on 357 meter height of Satpura hills
. It flows to north-west and reaches at Allipur of Hinganghat Tehsil. Later it converts into south- flowing and joins Wardha River near Takli village.
The Yashoda basin is located in the south-west of the Wardha district. The Yashoda River has its two major tributaries, the Bhadai River and the Punsoda River. The course of the Yashoda River is highly fertile with deep black soil. Kharif crops like cotton, hybrid jowar, local jowar
, toor, moong, mot, groundnut, rice
and vegetables and Rabi crops like wheat
, gram and linseed
are cultivated throughout the year along the river basin.
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