The Chenab River (also known as Chandrabagha river, ) is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and the Bagha rivers in Lahul-Spiti areas of the Himalayan ranges of Kashmir. It flows through the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and the Jech Doabs. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu, and then by Ravi River. It then merges with the Sutlej River at Uch Sharif to form Panjnad, which joins the Indus at Mithankot. The total length of the Chenab is approximately 960 kilometres. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chenab River"
The Ghaggar-Hakra River is a dried out river, now consisting of the seasonal Ghaggar River in India and the Hakra riverbed in Pakistan. It is often identified with the Vedic Sarasvati River, but it is disputed if all Rigvedic references to the Sarasvati River refer to this river. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ghaggar-Hakra River"
The Indus (sometimes considered a misnomer) is the English name for the Sengge Chu which flows from Tibet into Ladakh and Baltistan, finally arriving into Pakistan. Also called Sindh Nadi (nadi literally means "river"), known as the Sindhu in Sanskrit, Sinthos in Greek, and Sindus in Latin, is the principal river of Pakistan. Before the partition of India into the modern states of India and Pakistan in 1947, the Indus was second only to the Ganges in terms of cultural and commercial importance for the subcontinent, and the name India is derived from the root of the river's name. The river originates in Tibet, flowing from the Himalaya in a north-westernly direction through Kashmir, and then turning south for nearly the entire length of Pakistan. Figures for the total length of the river vary between 2900 and 3200 km. The Indus Valley Civilization had some of the earliest urban settlements in the world. and this site needs more of the ancient facts on it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Indus River"
The Jhelum River ( ) is the largest and most western of the five rivers of Punjab, and passes through Jhelum City. It is a tributary of the Indus River. It was called Vitasta by Indians in Vedic period and the Hydaspes by Ancient Greeks. Alexander the Great crossed the Jhelum in 326 BC to defeat Porus at the Battle of the Hydaspes. According to Arrian (Anabasis, 29), he built a city "on the spot whence he started to cross the river Hydaspes", which he named Bukephala (or Bucephala) to honour his famous horse Bukephalis which was buried there. It is thought that ancient Bukephala was near the site of modern Jhelum City. The waters of the Jhelum are allocated to Pakistan under the terms of the Indus Water Treaty. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jhelum River"
The Kabal River is one of the largest western tributaries of the Indus River. It flows from the Hindukush Mountains in Afghanistan and enters Pakistan in Mohmand Agency.It confluencs with River Indus near Noshera ...more on Wikipedia about "Kabal River"
The Panjnad river (panj = five, nadi = river) is a river in Punjab Province of Pakistan, formed by successive confluence of the five rivers of Punjab, namely Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej. Jhelum and Ravi join Chenab, Beas joins Sutlej, and then Sutlej and Chenab join to form Panjnad near Uch Sharif. The combined stream runs southwest for approximately 45 miles and joins Indus River at Mithankot. The Indus continues into the Arabian Sea. A dam on Panjnad has been erected; it provides irrigation channels for Punjab and Sind provinces south of the Sutlej and east of the Indus rivers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Panjnad River"
The Ravi River ( , ) is a river in India and Pakistan. It is one of the five rivers which give Punjab its name. The Ravi was known as Parushni or Iravati to Indians in Vedic times and Hydraotes to the Ancient Greeks. It originates near the Rohtang Pass in the Kangra Himalayas and follows a north-westerly course. It turns to the south-west, near Dalhousie, and then cuts a gorge in the Dhaola Dhar range entering the Punjab plain near Madhopur. It then flows along the Indo-Pakistan border for some distance before entering Pakistan and joining the Chenab river. The total length of the river is about 720 km. The waters of the Ravi river are allocated to India under the Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ravi River"
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The Sutlej ( , also known as Satluj, is the longest of the five rivers of Punjab that flows through Northern India, with its source in Tibet near Mount Kailash. It receives the Beas River in the state of Punjab, India and continues into Pakistan to join Chenab river to form Panjnad river which furthur joins Indus river at Mithankot. Sutlej was known as Shatadru or Sutudri to Indians in Vedic period and Zaradros to Greeks. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sutlej"
The Tochi river flows Eastward, in North Waziristan to join the Kurram river and the Indus. It surrounds Waziristan in the North while the Gomal river river surrounds South Waziristan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tochi river"
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