Which is the longest river of southern India?
The Godavari River is the longest river in southern India and is the second longest river in India.
The Indus River Ganga is the longest river of India. The total length of the Ganga river from its source to its mouth (measured along the Hughli) is 2525 km of which 1450 km is in the Uttar Pradesh, 445 km in Bihar and 520 km in West Bengal. The remaining 110 km stretch of the Ganga forms the boundary between Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The longest river in India is Ganges. It is also…
No. While the Murray River is Australia's longest river, with a total length of about 2508 km, it is not a coastal river. It begins in the Snowy Mountains of southern New South Wales and flows west, before taking a sudden turn south, emptying out at the southern coast near Goolwa in South Australia.