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Coastal Rivers, Indian Rivers
Coastal Rivers in the eastern and western coast of India differ in terms of geographical features. These rivers significantly affect Indian agriculture and crop production. Some of these rivers are Subarnarekha River, Vamsadhara River and Netravati River.
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