Some of the greatest rivers of India originate from Himachal Pradesh. To name a few, River Ravi, Beas, and Chandra Bhaga originate from the Himalayan highlands of Himachal Pradesh form a river system of Himachal Pradesh.
Collectively, all these rivers form a huge catchment area that spreads from the state of J&K to Punjab. While the River Chandra and Bhaga merge with each other to give birth to River Chandrabhaga at Tandi in Lahaul, other rivers expand by adding water from the various Himalayan and perennial streams coming from the highlands of Himachal Pradesh.
In this article, we study about major Rivers of Himachal Pradesh and also have a look at some of the major tributaries of these rivers.
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very useful thank you sir,
Extremely effective effort. Thanks a lot. Also I found rig vedic name of Chenab(not mentioned) as Arikri.
Sir, please correct the link
we click on “Important historical buildings in shimla” and landing page for this link is “river system in himachal pradesh”
Corrected the link. Thanks 🙂
abhi b vhi link aa raha h river system
Kaun si post mein tha ye link?
Under Miscellaneous h. P. Gk ….. Important historical buildings of shimla
sir which book do u prefer for H.P. gk?
Yamuna is the second largest tributry of Ganga.
can we get more detailed stuff? paid or free