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Research Paper | Geography | India | Volume 10 Issue 8, August 2021
A Geographical Study of 'Khajuri Drain (Nala)' in District Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh (India)
Abstract: The role of drains (Nala) is important in the structural unit of the drainage system. The contribution of the drain (Nala) of that area is important in the development and flow pattern of any river. ?Khajuri Nala? is located in district Mirzapur (U. P.), the origin of this drains (Nala) is form the ?lower Khajuri Dam? Near ?Barkachhakalan? located in the central part of district Mirzapur. This drains (Nala) flowing in the North - East direction from its place of origin, merges with the river Holy Ganga, near Ratambo ? Chauhanpatti belt. Khajuri Nala is also, known as Small River in local places. Water flow?s in this drain for 12 month of the years. The average length of this drain is 20 miles (32.187 KM). This drain (Nala) cover an area of 27 miles (70 KM) of its range. This drain has important utility in local area, with the help of this drain (Nala) Irrigation work is mostly done in the area of this drain. Due to which this area is always green and the field of crops is also high.
Keywords: Khajuri Drain, Khajuri Nala, Mirzapur, Chauhanpatti belt, Barkachhakalan
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 8, August 2021,
Pages: 351 - 353