Yamuna River is one of important river of Haryana. Where the already dry courses of both rain fed streams soon become invisible. Basin. Find Haryana River Map showing Rivers which flows in and oust side of the State Haryana and highlights District Boundary, State Boundary. Its canalised portion in one of its paleochannel in Haryana is called the "Outfall Drain No 8". These west to north-west flowing rivers originate from the western slopes of Aravalli range in Rajasthan, flow through semi-arid historical Shekhawati region, drain into southern Haryana.

The drainage pattern for both is dendritic. Both handmade and wheel-made earthenware dated from 3309–2709 BCE and 2879–2384 BCE has been found on the banks of the Sahibi River at Jodhpura. राज्य की प्रमुख नदियाँ निम्नलिखित है-यमुना नदी (Yamuna River)घग्घर नदी (Ghaggar River)सरस्वती नदी (Saraswati River)दोहन नदी (Dohan River) "Location of Brahmavarta and Drishadwati River is important to find earliest alignment of Saraswati River", Sudhir Bhargava, International Conference, 20–22 Nov. 2009, "Saraswati-a perspective" pages 114–117, Cultural Contours of India: Dr. Satya Prakash Felicitation Volume, Vijai Shankar Śrivastava, 1981, Minerals and Metals in Ancient India: Archaeological evidence, Sarasvati-Sindhu civilization and Sarasvati River, The Saraswati: Where lies the mystery by Saswati Paik, Sarasvati Civilisation (Indus Valley Civilization - IVC), National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries of Haryana, Peacock & Chinkara Breading Centre, Jhabua, Vulture and Sparrow Conservation and Breeding Centre, Pinjore, Ch. Surender Singh Memorial Herbal Park, Tosham, Ch. Surender Singh Memorial Herbal Park, Kairu, Department of Economic and Statistical Analysis, Haryana, Department of Industries & Commerce, Haryana, Department of Industrial Training & Vocational Education, Haryana, Department of Institutional Finance & Credit Control, Haryana, Department of Labour & Employment, Haryana, Department of Land records & Consolidation, Haryana, Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Haryana, Department of Elementary Education, Haryana, Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited, Haryana State Directorate of Archaeology & Museums, Haryana State Legal Services Authority, Haryana, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Dohan_river&oldid=983059268, All Wikipedia articles written in Indian English, Articles containing Sanskrit-language text, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2014, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Dohan river, tributary of Sahibi river, originates near, Gurugram: (Sikanderpur, Mohammadpur Jharsa, 12 Biswa haveli in Gurgaon gaon, Mahalwala haveli in 8 Biswa of Gurgaon gaon), This page was last edited on 12 October 2020, at 00:43. such scholars include Bhargava[8] The Drishadwati River formed one border of the Vedic state of Brahmavarta and was mentioned in the Rigveda, the Manusmriti, and the Brahmin Granths texts. The Dohan river originates from Aravalli Range near the village of Mandholi from the western slopes of the Dohan Protected Forest hills and flows towards north-east.

Hence the entire course ~ 100 km of River Sahibi in Haryana is in RED. At Mandholi there is a small gomukh from where the river begins.

The Krishnavati river, another independent River, flows north-east for about 42 km in Rajasthan and subsequently disappears in Haryana.The drainage pattern for both is dendritic.

[citation needed] Other artifacts discovered in the Sahibi River include arrowheads, fishhooks, appearheads, awls, and chisels.[7]. Several modern scholars identify the old Ghaggar-Hakra River (of which Tangri river is a tributary) as the Sarasvati river and the Sahibi River with the Drishadvati river of Vedic period, on the banks of which Indus-Sarasvati civilisation developed.

The Krishnavati river, another independent River, flows north-east for about 42 km in Rajasthan and subsequently disappears in Haryana.

The Dohan river (Hindi: दोहान नदी, Sanskrit: वधूसरा, IAST: Vadhūsarā), is a rain-fed river that originates at Mandholi village near Neem Ka Thana in Sikar district of Rajasthan and then disappears in Mahendragarh district in Haryana where it use to be a tributary of Sahibi River, which in turn is a still flowing tributary of Yamuna.

[1][2][3], Several Ochre Coloured Pottery culture sites (also identified as late Harappan phase of Indus Valley Civilisation culture)[4] have been found along the banks of Krishnavati river, Sahibi river, Dohan river (tributary of Sahibi river) and Sota River (another tributary of sahibi river that merges with Sahibi at Behror in Alwar district).[5]. Markanda River: 1 Markanda River is a main tributary of the Ghaggar River. It originates in the Shivalik hills on the border of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh State, and flows westward through Haryana and finally joins River Ghaggar from right side at … INTACH-Rewari found pottery on the Sahibi riverbed at Hansaka in the Rewari district. Archaeological findings on the Sahibi River have confirmed habitations on its banks before the Harappan and pre-Mahabharata periods. Coordinates: 28°29′N 76°44′E / 28.483°N 76.733°E / 28.483; 76.733, Indus Valley Civilisation archaeological findings, A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India from the stone age to the 12th century, Pearson 2009, page 116.

The Krishnavati river (Hindi: कृष्णावती नदी ), also called Kasaunti (Hindi: कसौंती नदी ), is a rain-fed river originates from Aravalli Range near Dariba copper mines in Rajsamand district of Rajasthan, and flows through Patan in Dausa district and Mothooka in Alwar district and then disappears in Ma Yamuna is a main tributary of Ganga. … The Dohan river originates from Aravalli Range near the village of Mandholi from the western slopes of the Dohan Protected Forest hills and flows towards north-east. River system of Haryana (हरियाणा की नदी प्रणाली). A red stone statue of Vamana Dev was found in the Sahibi riverbed near Bawal in 2002; the statue is now displayed at the Shri Krishna Museum, Kurukshetra. Main Rivers, Tributaries and Dam of Haryana – GK (Haryana River List) 11 rivers of Haryana which have been discussed here. Krishnavati (Dohan) Krishnavati and Dohan rising from Aravali hills, Rajasthan do enter the Haryana state. Haryana River Map Along with Name & List PDF Download.