Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher’s book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Jhelum River, Sutlej, Chenab River, Beas River, Uhl River, Kabul River, Ravi River, Gomal River, Kunar River, River Jindi, Zhob River, Hunza River, Gilgit River, Zanskar Gorge, Choaspes River, Bara River, Shigar River, Alingar River. Excerpt: The Alingar River (also Aling?r ) is a river in eastern Afghanistan . It is one of the major tributaries of the Kabul River . It gives its name to Alingar District in Laghman Province and also passes through Mihtarlam in Mihtarlam District .
A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Bara River (Urdu : ) is river in Federally Administered Tribal Areas , Pakistan . The Bara River enters the Peshawar of south Jamrud Fort and flows in the North-easterly direction to the Nowshera District, eventually joining the Kabul River . Due to its higher elevation, very limited areas flow through gravity into Bara river. See also (online edition) Coordinates : 34?06 N 71?45 E / 34.1?N 71.75?E / 34.1; 71.75 A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at Beas River in Himachal Pradesh Beas river and mountains as seen from Van Vihar, Manali Beas in Himachal Pradesh Beas river is tributary to Indus River The Beas River (Hindi : , Punjabi : , Sanskrit : ) is the second easternmost of the rivers of the Punjab , a tributary of Indus River .
The river rises in the Himalayas in central Himachal Pradesh , India , and flows for some 470 km (290 miles) to the Sutlej River in western Punjab state. Etymology The river was also known as Arjikuja of the Vedas or Vipasa to the ancient Indians and the Hyphasis to the Ancient Greeks The present name Beas is thought to be a corruption of the older name and original name Vipasha in Sanskrit .
The river got this name, Vi-pasha , the one who removed the bondage or pasha in Sanskrit ), according to a ancient texts, the river was …
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