A report on Son River, Vindhya Range and Ganges
Sone river is the second-largest southern tributary of the Ganges' after Yamuna River.- Son River
Geologically, the lower valley of the Son is an extension of the Narmada Valley, and the Kaimur Range an extension of the Vindhya Range.- Son River
According to the various definitions mentioned in the older texts, the Vindhyas extend up to Godavari in the south and Ganges in the north.- Vindhya Range
After the Ghaghara confluence, the Ganges is joined from the south by the 784 km long Son River, which contributes about 1008 m3/s.- Ganges
A southern chain of Vindhyas runs between the upper reaches of the Son and Narmada rivers to meet the Satpura Range in the Maikal Hills near Amarkantak.- Vindhya Range
The Ganges basin ranges from the Himalaya and the Transhimalaya in the north, to the northern slopes of the Vindhya range in the south, from the eastern slopes of the Aravalli in the west to the Chota Nagpur plateau and the Sunderbans delta in the east.- Ganges
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Kaimur Range (also spelt Kymore) is the eastern portion of the Vindhya Range, about 483 km long, extending from around Katangi in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh to around Sasaram in Rohtas district of Bihar.
This forms the watershed or divide for two of the major rivers of peninsular India, the Son on the south and Tamsa or Tons on the north.
A Neolithic settlement was also discovered in the thick of the alluvium, over the bank of the Ganges at Chirand.