Which among the following rivers is an example of superimposed drainage system in India?

Which among the following rivers is an example of superimposed drainage system in India?
[A]Ravee
[B]Narmada
[C]Ganga
[D]Chambal

Chambal
Chambal river is an example of superimposed drainage. A superimposed river does not adjust with the structure of its place of origin. First of all the river valley is built on upper part and then the river develops and expands such structure in the lower part.

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  • ravi
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    last time u have ansred ..gomti river….instead of chambal