Geography

Why are the Peninsular rivers not navigable?


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The Peninsular rivers are not navigable because-
(i) A large number of the Peninsular rivers are seasonal. The flow of these rivers depends upon rainfall and they usually get dried up in the summer.
(ii) River beds are uneven, rocky and have sharp slopes.
(iii) Construction of dams is difficult as a result of which navigation is not possible.
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