(Last Updated on : 14/11/2019)
Krishna River is one of the longest rivers in India, which originates from Western Ghats
at an elevation of 1300 meters in Maharashtra
. The river is around 1400 km in length. Krishna River
originates from Mahabaleshwar near the Jor village of Satara District
of Maharashtra. Then it flows towards the west to finally reach Bay of Bengal
at Hamasaladeevi in Andhra Pradesh
. Krishna River causes heavy soil erosion during the monsoon floods. It flows very fast after reaching the depths of over 75 feet.
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