It is built up by alluvium ( fine rock i.e. silt and clay) laid down on the river banks during repeated flooding.
The formation of Flood Plain when the river has overflowed its banks.
The flood subsides , there is a decrease in the volume of water and the river starts to deposit its load repeated and forming a flood plain features.
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