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samaldipakHi... I am Dipak ranjan samal, research scholar, working in the field of watershed management, specifically the impact of land use change on catchment hydrological processes. Since last 4 years I have been working in the same field with different challenges and putting many efforts to solve these issues. The issues related to river basins are diverse in nature but the approaches to study are common in nature. It always demands for new ideas and innovative tools to solve basin specific problem. As a research scholar my goal is to develop new concept/tools, which could be helpful to the water resource managers as well as in watershed planning processes. The present national conference “BRiP-2011” is dealing with river basin planning which is a very good platform to share my knowledge and learn from various experts working in the relevant field. So far as Ganga river is concern which has both religious and national importance is facing a major threat from the growing population and industrialization in its catchment area as well as from the cities along its course. In this context, the safeguard of this national river should be a national priority through innovative river basin planning processes. Over 500 millions of people depend on this river so the safeguard of this entire basin and reducing the anthropogenic pressure, improving the quality of the water through a sustainable manner is a major challenge for the planners. This challenge can only be addressed through integrated and sustainable way. In developing country like India, where economy is growing in rapid rate and the process of both urbanization and industrialization is an inseparable part and severe threat to the natural resource. This problem can only be addressed through the integrated river basin planning processes. In this approach the development is not only confined but also diversified. BRiP-2011 is a positive step towards achieve these goals providing a single platform for various section of people i.e. from policy making bodies to researcher. Thanking you Dipak ranjan samal. Research Scholar, Centre of Studies in Resources Engineering (CSRE) Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Sana ZaidiGanga is getting polluted day-by-day. Nearly 170 factories and tanneries located between Kannauj and Varanasi, covering an area of 450 km, were found responsible for polluting the river by discharging wastes into it without treatment.River in India are lifelines of the people. It seems that almost everyday there is another story about pollution of one form or another. Very often our own actions lead to that pollutions and in many cases we can do something about it these were many people, organizations and government of different nations are investigating on pollution and advise on positive action to improve our rivers. I am immensely saddened by the horrific facts about the most loved rivers in the world. Not only the livelihood of million in India depends urgent action.4500 children die everyday from than from HIV-AID, malaria and TB combined. A robust economy depends on water. so does a thriving on ecosystem. one fifth of word's population lives in area where water is physically scare and a quarter of the population faces shortages due to lack of infrastructure.Cleaning of the River ganga is a huge challenge, thus it becomes all the more important to hold such conference so that a proper plan of action could be formalized in progressing with the mission.
sangeetha kumarGanga Basin with over 400 million people and a population density of about 1000 inhabitants/square mile is the most heavily populated river in the world. My motive of attending this conference is to gather some of the importance of river basin planning in Indian context and to learn how the climate change affect the hydrologic cycle. Also the practical problems faced by the people over the Ganga region and to find a solution to prevent the pollution. I am working on the Ganga River Basin Management Plan (GRBMP) for water resource management in ArcGIS and SWAT used for modeling. The objective of GRBMP is maintenance and restoration of wholesomeness of the Ganga system and improvement of its ecological health with due regard to resolution of conflict of interest in water uses in the entire river basin.So, I would like to expose myself and learn some of the issues in which I am not aware of. I hope this conference will make me learn something new and useful. At last, I would like you end with a Quote "United we stand, Divided we fall ", according to this phrase, We all people join together to prevent the holy river from all sorts of pollution and let us educate all the people to follow the same.
Sangita DeviBeing a student of Environmental Science in M.Sc., I have always a keen desire to work in the water resources. Recently I have joined as a Junior Research Fellow in the National Project Ganga River Basin Management Plan (GRBMP) in the water Resources Group of Civil Engineering Department, IIT Guwahati. There are several themes that are covered for the development of management action plan in this project. Water Resources Group of IIT Guwahati (WRG-IITG) is working on the hydrological aspects of River Ganga in the stretch from Patna to Farakka Barrage. In this Project I have the opportunity to study the hydrological characteristics, problems and management of the River Ganga. It has come to my notice that the National Students’ Conference on River Basin Planning 2011 is going to be organized in IIT Kanpur from 4th-5th Nov./11 and I am very much interested to participate in the conference. It will provide the opportunity to the participants of different parts of the country to share their experiences and innovative ideas among them regarding the various issues of the river basin planning. I hope this national event will provide a new dimension to the management plan of the river basin and boost up research work in relevant fields and going to be beneficial for me.
sanjeelparekhEXPRESSION OF INTEREST Human civilization has made astounding progress but at the same time we have caused unimaginable harm to the environment which might put the existence of this civilization in a fragile situation. Water is a vital element when it comes to the survival. Surely GANGA should be the focal point of the matter as it is venerated by thousands as the ‘source of life’. Can we imagine the transformations that humans would be faced with in the next century if we continue in the same manner: Importance of water will be akin to the materialistic value we attach with money today and this would surely be a pitiable situation. Our next generation would have to pay a heavy price for what we do today. If we think of each drop of water as personifying life. Wasting or contaminating even one drop would be analogous to putting an end to a life. Thus saving the sacred river Ganga must be our main concern. Thus, in a time when we are confronted with this crisis we must set our objectives right, come up with concrete innovative ideas and work towards their implementation. After reading through the objectives of BRiP 2011 I am convinced that this conference is a huge step forward in this area, which would also help up to expand our knowledge base on this issue and work as a platform to unite like-minded people. I am very keen on being a part of this conference to enable myself to serve society on this issue intelligently & profoundly by gaining a critical understanding of this problem. Having studied in a KFI school I have learnt that If we can really understand the problem, the answer will come out of it, because the answer is not separate from the problem. An article written by me titled ‘Ablution of Ganga’ has been uploaded on ( dated 14/05/2011.
sasipondyAs soon as I joined B.E environmental engg in PES college, manadya, Karanataka, the word “WATER” has dominated my entire UG period, which further initiated my passion towards it and also my personal interest in protecting rivers and waterways, made me to pursue M.Tech in environment engg in Pondicherry which gave a indepth base for the water resources importance and protection. "In India we take access to relatively clean and unspoilt waterways for granted," A very highlighted example for this is the Ganges .The Ganges (length of about 2,525 km) river, which rises in the western Himalayas in the Indian state, is the embodiment of all sacred waters in Hindu mythology. i.e. the waters of the Ganges to be both pure and purifying. But the truth is the Ganges basin is the most heavily populated river basin in the world, ranks among the top five most polluted rivers of the world with fecal coliform levels more than hundred times the limits. Pollution threatens not only humans, but also more than fish species, amphibian species, etc.Even though the Ganga Action Plan, an environmental initiative to clean up the river was executed, it has been nullified. By attending BRiP 2011 -National Students’ Conference On River Basin Planning, which is majorly focused on protecting Ganges river flows, will give clear cut idea about the the responsibility of preparation of Ganga River Basin Environment Management Plan (GRBEMP) . Thus it also gives how the Ganga Action Plan failed either due to lack of technical expertise, or of lack of good environmental planning or due to sewage from many cities along the river's course, industrial waste and religious offerings wrapped in non-degradable plastics . "I'm confident that the conference will concerned with river access and general environmental protection, according to the acknowledged outstanding individuals or programmes which had demonstrated a significant dedication to conservation.If opportunity is given for the River Source Experience in conference , then till will be carried to further generation through my passion of teaching job. Expression of interest: Sati Prasad Sahoo, in Remote Sensing & GIS, Vidyasagar University In recent past water availability, amount of sediment transport, quality and quantity of water and have received increased attention. It creates threat for food production, human health and natural ecosystems. Management of land and water resources is a growing concern worldwide and especially true for developing countries like India. An accurate understanding of the hydrological behavior of a catchment is important for effective management. The catchment characteristics vary dynamically and spatiotemporally. Intensive study of individual catchments is necessary for developing management plan. Catchment modeling is the basis of integrated water resource management. Several physically based distributed hydrological models have been developed to predict runoff, erosion and sediment from catchments. Estimation of runoff, sediment and amount of water is necessary for practical problems in water resource assessment, flood protection measures and design of water related structures. Lower Ganga River Basin study is necessary to enable management plans to be developed and also to apply the results another having similar characteristics. The use of physically based distributed parameter models, remote sensing techniques and geographic information systems can assist management agencies for both identifying the most vulnerable erosion-prone areas of the watershed and selecting appreciate management practices. The computational components of SWAT can be placed into eight major divisions: hydrology, weather, sedimentation, soil temperature, crop growth, nutrients, pesticides, and agricultural management. ArcSWAT represents both preprocessor and user interface to SWAT model (SWAT User's guide, 2005). Model is a simplified representation of physical parameters in with practical problems something real, but with essential features. No model, particularly those associated with natural systems can ever provide a perfect realization. In general, different models perform differently, some providing more accurate predictions than others. Predictions from individual models invariably contain errors from various sources, including model input data, model state and parameter estimation, and model structural deficiencies. The time series data of rainfall, temperature, relative humidity and solar radiation are available at the appropriate gauging stations within the study area. It is possible to analyze the cause-effect relationship between the various factors that affect the hydrologic response of the catchment. Therefore, it is proposed to undertake a study on the application of a distributed hydrologic model ArcSWAT along with GIS and remote sensing techniques for estimating runoff, sediment yield and flow variations in Lower Ganga river basin.
satiya priyaWater is word which is being interlocked feature of the living beings life. This basic nature has inspired me for my future diversion from Civil Engineering to P.G Environmental Engineering .In this regard especially I have more interest in River Ganga and its rehabilitation plan because Ganga River is not only the river but much more to the millions for whom the Ganga is a symbol of faith, hope, substance and sanity. Therefore, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh declared that river Ganga is India’s ‘National Treasure’. In Ganga the bacteria level are more than 100 times than the limits set by the government. The river purity is maligned every day due to washing clothes and dumping bodies. Today, over 29 cities, 70 towns, and thousands of village extend along the Ganga banks. Nearly all of their sewage over 1.3 billion liters per day goes directly into the river, along with thousands of animals carcasses, mainly cattle. Another 260 million liters of industrials waste and factories waste are discharge along the river banks. Municipal sewage constitutes 80 per cent by its volume of total waste damped into the ganga and industrial contribute about 15 per cent alarming level of pollution, pollution level in the holy ganga is becoming a grave concern for scientists of the country, threat of groundwater contamination is also looming even large than anticipated and calling for the urgent measures for its mitigation. The Ganga is also one of the rivers most threatened by climate change, because of these reasons and eager on knowing about River Ganga, I want to attend the above conference to develop my knowledge regarding the water protection and recovery plan of water and water resources.
shahrukhWe have all developed the bad habit of letting the faucet run while wait for the shower to warm up, while we brush our teeth, or while wait for a cold glass of water. Keeping a pitcher of water in the refrigerator or turning the faucet off while we brush our teeth can save several gallons of water each day! It’s simple really, before you turn on the tap, think of ways you can use less water to accomplish the same purpose. i really don't why people cant take initiative, So much is happening around rivers! Recently, the ministry of environment and forests has a new draft law that proposes to declare a section of the Bhagirathi river — from its origins in Gaumukh to Uttarkashi, for about 135 kilometres, and along a hundred metres on both sides — an eco-sensitive zone. The law will ban mining, setting up polluting industries, throwing or burning trash, letting sewage flow into the water. Keeping the river pristine is great, but will the rule succeed? I see pitfalls. Take an example of keeping out the effluents. If the government does not provide sewage treatment and a drainage system to the residents along the stretch, where else can sewage flow? There are always outflows from human habitations. And in that case, banning them without infrastructure in place is futile. The backward linkages of this plan must be stronger. My second fear is about monitoring, supposed to be undertaken by 9 persons, only one of whom will be outside of the government. This does not involve local communities, a classic error in conserving forests. There are several ways by which local traditions and people could contribute to looking after the river, if only we turn to them officially, in our rules. Let’s at least learn from our mistakes in our forests, instead of repeating them while saving the rivers.
shailendraEXPRESSION OF INTEREST Before expressing my interest in this noble work, I would like to cite a stanza for Ganga river: Kewal nadi nahi hai, sanskar hai Ganga, Dharm, jaati, desh ka, shringaar hai Ganga ! Ganga ke paas dard hai, aawaaz nahi hai, Muh kholne ka kul main, riwaz nahi hai !! - UNKNOWN First of all I would like to submit that I am a final year civil engineering student and my favourite subject is Environmental Engineering. Moreover , I have a fascination towards nature and its habitants. I belong to Kanpur city which is situated on the bank of river Ganga. Kanpur is the one of the most polluted city in the world, so one can easily assume the condition of river Ganga in Kanpur . This year, I did my summer training in June-July months on the construction and commissioning of 200 MLD water treatment plant at right marginal bandh of river Ganga at GANGA BARRAGE, KANPUR. The site is very adjacent to river Ganga and thus I got an opportunity to be in the close envelope of the river for such a long time. It is very interesting to see the level of river Ganga everyday in the month of July because there is a good monsoon available in this month . But, When I saw the river Ganga first in Kanpur in June 2011, I was stunned to see the condition of Ganga, because the color of the water of river Ganga is the combination of black and green and it wass very different from my expectation. There is a great difference in the position of river Ganga at the Ganga barrage Kanpur, before and after the construction of barrage, one can see it from Google Earth website by viewing the river Ganga in past years at that position. Ganga is shifted towards the city Kanpur after the application of barrage. Man developed the towns on the bank of rivers as rivers were the main source of availability of water but now a days we are destroying the river and we are taking no concern of the value of river which had been the main reason of the development of cities earlier. After my graduation this academic year, I am planning to do M.TECH in Environmental engineering so it would be of vital importance for me to attend and participate in this conference. Understanding the river basin management would provide me additional edge to ponder over the pollution management scenario. My attachment to the river and my interest make me confident to be an effective volunteer. If I get a chance to serve Ganga in the future, it’ll be an honor for me to have it. ----
shailsafiI have pursued my graduation in Environmental engineering. My area of interest has always been water and wastewater treatment. I have done my M.Tech. in environmental engineering. I carried out my dissertation project in NEERI, Nagpur related to wastewater treatment using constructed wetland. I have been working as SRF in IIT, Mumbai on Ganga river project (GRBMP) from January 2011. The working group for this project is Environmental Quality and Pollution. The major areas I am interested is regarding the pollution reduction in the basin. As per the research I have been doing from last six months, the major reason for pollution in Ganga basin is the disposal of untreated wastewater. I am working for the effluent treatment from the industrial sector along the Ganga basin. Water is one of the fundamental elements of human life. It is therefore necessary to preserve this resource. The current status of polluted rivers all over India is a threat to the future generation. River management not only includes pollution free water in the river. It also includes the steps to be taken for maintaining the required flow of the river, biodiversity, phytoplankton and many more. The current status of pollution abatement technologies along the Ganga basin is still not clear. It is therefore necessary to plan and execute the proper management of the database. This conference can thus prove a beneficial platform for developing the strategies and help me carry out further studies.
Shakti suryavanshiI am a research Scholar in the Department of Water Resources Development and management, IIT Roorkee. Presently I am working on effect of basin level irrigation management with changing climate. My study area is Betwa Basin which is a part of Ganga river system. Till date I have completed the modeling part of my research work. I am working on SWAT model. I have done the water balancing for Betwa basin and found that the upper Betwa basin has got severe scarcity of water while lower basin has enough water due to Rajghat dam project. That's why I am also planning to work on effect of climate change on Interlinking of ken-Betwa. This two day conference can provide me a proper platform to come with innovative ideas regarding river basin planning and management. I am expecting some important debate and discussion on various issues related towards reorganization of the approaches for river basin planning. Thereby I can get a genuine chance to enrich my understanding on the subject. I have already prepared an article on analysis of stream flow in Betwa basin for this conference. So I want to attend this conference. Hope you will consider my interest. thank you
shamimHuman is an integral part of the environment. As a person having background in biological science, I do sincerely understand the association of human with the environment. But at the same time I do realize the crucial status the association in present day point of view as a consequence of overpopulation like in our country and other anthropogenic impacts on the environment all over the world. This gives me immense challenge to find out strategy for biodiversity conservation as well as sustainable development at a time. As I have seen Ganga, feel Ganga during my current work, I have apprehended the importance of river ecology in a very practical form. Talking with the people along the River, seeing the livelihood trails offered by the River to millions of people and having a glance on the affluent biodiversity sustaining by the River provide me source of thoughts and challenges. River Ganga is worshiped like Mother in the country. It is in the faiths and emotions of the people. However, we can’t ignore the facts of change of land use pattern, industrial and domestic waste dumping, risk to endemic and threatened species due to various factors having potential to alter existing ecosystem of the River. My academic background (knowledge) and work background (experiences and feelings) add fuel to my enthusiasm to see biomonitoring, genotoxic analysis of aquatic organisms, management of invasive species, dam management and people participation as prospective approaches for the conservation and management of the River ecology. Yes, of course, I wish to attend the conference. Because I want to share, I want to debate, I want to grab knowledge to make my thoughts much more fertile, much more practical with a hope to contribute a bit to save our National River and all aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems of our country as well.
shamshadahmad93@gmail.comI am interested in restoration of river and conservation of its biodiversity because river is the heart of and any of any civilization world most ancient civilization like hadaaapa civilization ,mohanzodro civililization .but the time pasting increasing population ,due to increasing population increasing the demand of water consumption and by any processing we polluting the water and dumping the waste in river dumping the hazardous waste near the river due to dumping of waste near river leachate run in the river it cause the problem of euthrophication due to euthrophication the river the oxygen not enter in the river and aquatic life choke and death of animal and plant occur which cause severe health problem first of all the bacteria and other harmful microorganism grow in water which create severe health problem .most of the health probelam due to drinking of water so I am work on the whole stretch of Gomati in the period of march to April with my teacher and NGO and collect some data and pointed the some site for conservation of some animal and plant and some by some religious method its is beneficial for the protection and conservation of river management plan of gomti are its tributary
shashanqI am eager towards helping endeavors to save Ganges river basin and other rivers in India. I am aware that the pollution levels in Ganga have reached an alarming level much because of the mismanagement of the river basin. And there is a strong need of a well planned large scale action. By joining this conference I will get the satisfaction of helping ganga and can pool in my ideas. The importance of Ganga is tremendous as regards economics and aesthetics. It feels very low when the Ganga river that is much revered in ancient scriptures for being a life giving and holy one,is today not less than a smelling drainage. The pollution of the rivers make me feel ashamed of myself and the Indian society as a whole as to how we have reduced the once lively rivers to filthy dumping grounds. And I feel the responsibility of repairing the condition of Ganges falls on the young shoulders. Insights into the river basins like Thames, Amazon, Yangtze,etc reveals that rivers can be meticulously managed along with industrial booms.How precisely the European and American rivers are managed is really appealing.I feel India neither lacks the capital nor lacks the technical know-how to restore the dignity of our rivers. What needed today is a clever and big movement like this. So, I want to join you.By joining this conference I can increase my abilities of knowledge application. This conference will surely add to my knowledge of river basins management and allied fields. Moreover it will be a golden chance to meet technical experts and like-minded people. I would feel myself gratified if my fleck of efforts could help the suffering Ganges. It's my dream to see Ganges once again pure and really holy, the way it is destined to be.....
shashi0710In India, a river is a mini-cosmos in concept. Every river is a mother deity who spawns mythology, art, dance, music, architecture, history and spirituality. In every age, diverse human communities have reinvented themselves on river banks with fascinating nuances. This easily explain why nearly all the major cities of India are located by the banks of river. The river systems provide irrigation, potable water, cheap transportation, electricity and the livelihoods for a large number of people all over the country. River basin is a “geographical unit “enclosing an area drained by streams and channels that feed a river at a particular point. There are 20 river basins/ draining areas, large and small, in India, the Ganga basin is the largest. Narmada is the fifth largest river and also the largest west flowing rivers .The rivers of the Indian peninsular plateau are mainly fed by rain, the Himalayan rivers are perennial as they are fed by melting glaciers every summer . Ground and surface water are the 2 main sources of water available for human consumption. Over the years due to swelling population, increasing industrialization and expanding agriculture the demand for water has multiplied. The development of new production processes and its result – economic growth– had major impacts on the quality of water, as well as on the quantity of available water for various purposes. The sustainable solutions for water resources management can be found only by considering both management and technological practices, in the context of well-defined national and international associated environmental policies and legislation. The best model for a single system of water management can be achieved at the level of the river basin- the natural geographical and hydrological unit- not established according to administrative or political boundaries. According to the concept of sustainable development, we may say that integrated river basin management represents the guarantee and the most appropriate tool to ensure the multifunctional use of water systems. This conference will definitely helpful for me as various aspects of water and their management guidelines helpful in understanding more about water science, as my work is also related to water quality (metal assessment) both ground and surface water which is one part of the water quality parameter .
SHRADHA SHARMATHEME: RIVER WATER SHARING AND MANAGEMENT-TRANSBOUNDARY AND INTER-STATE CONFLICTS NO. OF WORDS OF THE EXPRESSION OF INTEREST = 195 Problems of inter jurisdictional water allocation and management are found worldwide. Sharing river waters across political boundaries is both a matter of contention and conflict. Transboundary situations create these "jurisdictional externalities" almost by definition and range from international and interstate scope to local issues. Most conflicts involve violence and the victims comprise of the most vulnerable. Multidimensional problems like population growth, industrialisation, urbanisation, consumerism, environmental degradation inequities in the access to and use of water, poor governance and complexities arising out of managing multiple uses across multiple users. Decision making based on information that is either inadequate or unavailable. River waters dispute between States are often constrained by inadequate information and database, ineffective institutional mechanisms, hardened regional identities and loyalties and threat of economic hardship. Lack of objective and validated facts make decision making difficult.So the basic objective is to make the present gain comprehensive understanding river basin planning by sharing ideas on pertinent key issues and to prepare blueprint on river basin planning and management and this conference would provide a platform to the present generation to discuss, acknowledge and advocate the importance and significance of the river basin planning in the Indian context.
shubhamBelonging to a society which has a diverting nature towards the religious beliefs and consider rivers as their holly mother, River basin Planning has attracted my mind towards these planning of river basins as this topic must be focused upon in recent time to secure the religious beliefs. Worked as a trainee for 14 months in two major hydro power plant of India i.e Singholi and Shrinagar and learning about the civil works in a hydro power plant somewhere somehow ming gets attracted towards the degrading values of river by these projects and high rising dams and barrages. Having a 10 days visit to major rivers in northern himalayas and the hydro power projects located on them under People Science Institute, their were hundreds of topics which could be discussed upon the diminishing values of river basin in India. Should these spiritual and religious beliefs of peoples be downtrodden or we are lacking in some techniques numerous of questions in minds can be cleared attending this conference and also putting on my views. Being an engineer i cannot emphasis on stopping these developments but at the same time how to tackle such problems also comes to my side. By introducing new ideas of decentralization, interlinking rivers and innovative ideas about basin planning which can be gathered through listening to such prominent personalities who are experts in their fields. It will be a nice learning and gaining experience of improvements in Indian river basins.
shubham gandhiAs rivers are next to god in india , to remove its pollution and threat to their existence is a matter in which every individuals have to come together and make an effort for clean and well planned river for prosperous India. As indian economy today heavily depend upon agriculture and agriculture depends on rivers, it has become important for us to put a check on the various river problems. Personally I would like to attend the conference as, 1.I may meet people with similar interests and experiences who may help to expand my network and circle of influence 2. I may be open to new opportunities. 3. I may be challenged to consider new ideas and theories. 4. Being the student of environmental engineering, the discussions and talks there may improve my knowlegde and I may be more inspired and encouraged. 5. As i moral duty to make environment clean and green. 6. Wish to be the part of society working for proper river basin planning. 7. To know about the efforts made previously and about the work done already. 8. Its an opportunity for me to serve and share our resources and ideas with creative, bright, ambitious people who are courageous enough to follow their passions and be the part of their work.
Shweta RawatI have very much interested to work because I think that if their is any contribution in conservation of River Ganga.I have worked upon mandakini River which is a Tributory of river Ganga.And I have attached my abstract here.... A Geomorphological study of kakra Gad (mandakini basin) Shweta Rawat, D.D.Chauniyal Department of Geography, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar- 246174, India Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine the Geomorphological study of Kakra Gad (Mandakini Basin) . It was situated at Rudraprayag District (Uttrakhand) in Ukhimath. Kakragad was originated from Chandrasila peak of Himalaya at the height of 3680 meter. In my study I have used two toposheet no. 53N/2 and 53N/3 and covered 72 km. area then digitized each contour . Again I studied slope of this area and Geomorphological feature like river terrace, mountain valley, spur and different types of forest into dense, moderate and open . Dense forest comprises of Oak tree (Baanj), Rhododendron (Burash) and Pine. Kakragad meets in mandakini near kund and the elevation of kund is 1000 meter. In additional I have analyze 3 aspects viz. Linear Aspect, aerial aspects, relief aspects kakra gad and I found 5th order in stream with the help of strauhler method and the pattern of stream is Dendritic and radial and drainage density is below 0.8 and on when I analyse the hypsometric analysis then I found that the stage of river is in maturity .