Amanat River

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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; 84.06194Coordinates: 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.


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]


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


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