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तपती, ताप्ती, तापी, તાપ્તી
|States||Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat|
|Cities||Betul, Burhanpur, Bhusawal, Nandurbar, Surat, Sindkheda|
|Source||Multai(Also known as Multapi) near Betul|
|- location||Satpura Range|
|Mouth||Gulf of Khambhat (Arabian Sea)|
|- location||Dumas, Surat, Gujarat|
|Length||724 km (450 mi) approx.|
|Discharge||for Dumas Beach|
|- average||489 m3/s (17,269 cu ft/s) |
|- max||9,830 m3/s (347,143 cu ft/s)|
|- min||2 m3/s (71 cu ft/s)|
Tapi also flows through northern Maharashtra
River basin and tributaries
The Tapi River basin encompasses an area of 65,145 km², which is nearly two percent of the total area of India. The basin lies in the states of Maharashtra (51,504 km²), Madhya Pradesh (9,804 km²) and Gujarat (3,837 km²).
The basin lies mostly in the northern and eastern districts Maharashtra state, including Amravati, Akola, Buldhana, Washim, Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, and Nashik districts, but also includes the Betul and Burhanpur districts of Madhya Pradesh and the Surat and Tapi district (Vyara)(named after river tapi)of Gujarat.
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