21_11_21

Essay on how can we protect river chenab

 Chinabandi rises south (from Chedratal) of Baralacha pass in Lahaul-Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh and Bhaga river rises from north (Surajtal lake), joins Yedono rivers Chandra and Bhaga Tandi (district: Lahaul-Spiti, Himachal Pradesh) and  Chenab river is formed from the confluence of these two.  

The Chenab first joins the Sutlej River in Pakistan, later the Chenab and Sutlej both join the Indus River Mithankot (Pakistan) and then fall into the Arabian Sea. 

 (Where all the rivers meet in the Indus river, it is called Panchanad) The total length of Chinabanadi is 960 km and in Himachal Pradesh is 122 km.  It is known by different names like - Chandraga .