Inland drainage is that drainage in which rivers do not reach an ocean or sea but empty their waters in a lake or an inland sea.
Main Characteristics of Inland Drainage:
i. In inland drainage streams join lakes or inland seas.
ii. They are fed by rainy water.
iii. During rains they experience flash floods.
iv. During dry season they get dried up.
v. Less than 10 per cent of the inland drainage is formed by the inland drainage of Rajasthan desert, Aksai chin of Jammu and Kashmir.