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Andhra Pradesh Rivers

The Rivers in Andhra Pradesh cut their way through the Deccan plateau and form large deltas before depositing their waters in the Bay of Bengal. During the monsoon season the rivers feature large currents, sometimes leading to floods, while in the summers the currents are low. The major rivers in Andhra Pradesh are Godavari, Krishna, Tungabhadra, Pennar, Manjira, Nagavali, and Vamsadhara. Godavari and Krishna are the largest rivers and have been flowing for centuries. The rivers in India are considered sacred because of which, numerous temples, fairs & festivals, religious events and shrines are located on the banks of these rivers. Andhra Pradesh Rivers attract tourists towards its scenic beauty and wide ranging outdoor recreational activities.
 
Krishna River is one of the longest rivers in India. It spans around 1300 km from its origin at Mahabaleshwar which lies in the west of Maharashtra till the Bay of Bengal at Hamasaladeevi which falls to the east of Andhra Pradesh. Its long journey passes through the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. The major tributaries of the river include Koyna, Bhima, Mallaprabha, Ghataprabha, Yerla, Warna, Dindi, Musi, Tungabhadra and Dudhganga rivers.

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Krishna River in Vijayawada
 
 
The mighty Godavari River like the Krishna River originates from the west of India but turns to flow in a southeast direction until it empties into the Bay of Bengal through two mouths. It is the second longest river in India after the Ganges, covering a distance of 1465 km from its origin near Trimbak in Nashik District of Maharashtra till it crosses the Deccan Plateau and into the Bay of Bengal near Narasapuram in West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh.

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The Majestic Godavari River