Gambhir River, Rajasthan

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The Gambhir River, which is also known as the Utangan River, is a river of Rajasthan, India.[1] It originates in the from mhow in madhya pradesh and flows around Hindaun City. It flows from south to north up to Kanjoli-Katara Aziz village (Toda Bhim), then towards northeast up to village Mertha of Roopbas Block, before entering Uttar Pradesh. The river again enters Rajasthan near Catchapaura village in Dholpur District and forms the boundary between UP and Rajasthan. It then enters Mainpuri District in UP to finally joins River Yamuna. It flows between the city of Bayana and Brahmbad Village in the Bharatpur district. It supplies water for Keoladev Ghana Bird Century, Bharatpur, and Rajasthan. It is a seasonal river, and therefore only flows in rainy seasons.

Important tributaries of the Gambhir are Sesa, Kher and Parbati.[clarification needed]

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Coordinates: 23°26′N 75°36′E / 23.433°N 75.600°E / 23.433; 75.600