Bhima River

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The Bhima River (Marathi: भीमा नदी, kannada:ಭೀಮಾ) originates in Bhimashankar hills near Karjat on the western side of Western Ghats, known as Sahyadri, in Maharashtra state in India. Bhima flows southeast for 725 km through Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh states. Bhima is the most important tributary of the Krishna river, which is one of the two majors rivers in Maharastra, the other being Godavari River. Nira confluences with Bhima in Narsingpur, Solapur. Bhima is a major tributary of the Krishna River. Its banks are densely populated and form a fertile agricultural area.

The river is prone to flooding due to heavy rainfall during the monsoon season. In 2005 there were severe flood warnings


Ujani dam. Chas Kaman Dam is also there, besides which the famous Sahyadri School run by Krishnamurty Foundation is situated on Tiwai Hills.

Bhima river basin

<!--Many smaller rivers feed into it, such as the Kundali River which flows into the Upper Bhima River Basin.-->Bhima flows southeast for long journey of 725 km. During this long journey many smaller rivers flow into it. Kundali River, Kumandala River, Ghod river, Bhama, Indrayani River, Mula River, Mutha River and Pavna River are the major tributories of this river around Pune. Of these Indrayani, Mula, Mutha and Pawana flow through Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad city limits. Chandani, Kamini, Moshi, Bori, Sina, Man, Bhogwati and Nira are...
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