Which among the following rivers in India represent superimposed drainage pattern?
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Narmada, Mahanadi and Son have a radial drainage system. Chambal system represents superimposed drainage pattern. Superimposed drainage is a naturally evolved drainage system that became established on a preexisting surface, now eroded, and whose course is unrelated to the present underlying geological structure. The other examples of superimposed drainage pattern in India are Damodar, Subarnarekha, and Banas river.
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