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Which of the following rivers does NOT culminate in the Arabian Sea?
1. Sabarmati
2. Tapti
3. Indus
4. Godavari

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Correct Answer - Option 4 : Godavari

Godavari is correct.

  • Among the options, only Godavari does NOT culminate in the Arabian Sea.
  • Godavari river covers about 10% of the total geographical area of ​​India.
    • After the Ganges, it is the second-longest river in India.
    • It rises from the slopes of the Western Ghats at Trimbakeshwar in Maharashtra.
    • Through a vast network of tributaries, the Godavari River eventually drains into the Bay of Bengal.
    • It is also known as 'Dakshin Ganga' because of its length and its area.
    • Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh are the states through which the river flows.
    • The Purna, Pranahita, Indravati, and Sabri rivers are the major tributaries of the Godavari River.

  • The Sabarmati river is a west-flowing river in India.
    • It originates in the Aravalli Range of the Udaipur District of Rajasthan and culminates in the Arabian Sea.
  • The Tapti River is a west-flowing river in India.
    • It flows westwards before draining into the Arabian Sea.
  • The Indus is a west-flowing river in India that rises in Western Tibet.
    • It empties into the Arabian Sea.

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