Amanat River

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Coordinates: 24°07′30″N 84°03′43″E / 24.12500°N 84.06194°E / 24.12500; 84.06194
Amanat River
Country India
State Jharkhand
Landmark Lawalong Wildlife Sanctuary
Mouth North Koel River
 - coordinates 24°07′30″N 84°03′43″E / 24.12500°N 84.06194°E / 24.12500; 84.06194

The Amanat River flows through the Chatra and Palamu districts in the Indian state of Jharkhand.

Course[edit]

The Amanat originates on the Hazaribagh plateau, and then forms the southern boundary of Lawalong Wildlife Sanctuary, in Simaria police station area of Chatra district.[1]Thereafter, it flows almost due west through Palamu district till it joins the North Koel River five miles north of Daltonganj. It flows through a rich, well cultivated valley; and is the principal drainage channel of the east of the Palamu district.[2]

Tributaries[edit]

Its tributaries are: Jinjoi, Maila and Piri.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Management Plan of Lawalong Wildlife Sanctuary". The protected Area – the Existing Situation. Retrieved 2010-04-29. 
  2. ^ a b "Gazetteer of Palamu District". Retrieved 2010-04-29.