Parbati River originates from the northern slopes of Vindhan range in Madhya Pradesh and enters Rajasthan in Kota district where it meets Chambal. Parbati River Basin is located in eastern Rajasthan, between latitudes 26o22' and 26o55' and longitudes 77o09' and 78o16'. It lies between the Gambhir Basin in the west and the Chambal Basin in the east. Its northern edge borders the Yamuna River Basin in Uttar Pradesh. The Parbati River Basin extends over parts of Sawai Madhopur and Dholpur Districts.The total catchment area of the Basin is 2,388 km2 according to 1:250,000 scale topographical maps published by the Survey of India.
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