Q. Consider the following statements regarding “Satpura range”:
1. It stretches through Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh.
2. It forms the watershed between the Narmada and Godavari rivers.
Which of the statements given above is/are NOT correct?
Satpura Range, range of hills, part of the Deccan plateau, western India.
- The hills stretch for some 560 miles (900 km) across the widest part of peninsular India, through Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Gujarat and Chhattisgarh states.
- The range, the name of which means “Seven Folds,” forms the watershed between the Narmada (north) and Tapti (south) rivers.
Source: NCERT XI India Physical Environment