River which divides the Peninsular Plateau is
The river which divides the peninsular plateau is fifth longest river in India and river in central in India is Narmada River with form the tradition boundary between North India and South India. 1,312 km (815 mi) long approximately, the main source of this river is Narmada Kund. Narmada is the holiest river of India.
The Deccan Plateau also known as the triangular plateau is a big part of the Peninsular Plateau of India, The Deccan Plateau (triangular Plateau) is bounded by the Satpura and the Vindhya in the north-west (NW), The Mahadev and the Maikal in the north (N), the Western Ghats in west (W) and the Eastern Ghats in the east (E).