The Chambal River is a tributary of the Yamuna River and flows mainly in Northen Madhya Pradesh.
The river has a huge history linked to its name but it’s most astonishing aspect is the fact that the river has remained pollution-free and speck clean for many decades unlike others.
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How did this Indian river escape the humongous tons of pollution that the other rivers such as the Ganga and Yamuna are subjected to everyday?
In the video below, we answer this mysterious question.
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