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The Indus River

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To the ancient Hindus, the Indus flowed from the mouth of the lion, Sinh-Ka-Baba. They described the river in Sanskrit as the Sindus. Then Greeks named it Sinthus, followed by Romans Sindus & Chinese Sintow, and then came Persians who named it Abisin. Pliny first used the name Indus as history tells us. India was named after Indus, and through ... Read More »

Swat River

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All the beauty and attraction of swat valley is contingent on Swat River. The thriving beauty of Swat River makes the whole swat valley fascinating. Most of the eye catching areas of Swat are located on the bank of this river. Swat River is formed when Ushu and Gabrial River meet and form a junction. The river is situated in ... Read More »

Zhob River

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Baluchistan is blessed with eye-catching tourist attractions. Zhob district of Baluchistan posses the excellence of natural fascination that leads one to the most exotic joys. The magical mountains and mystical secrets hidden in Zhob district are the best things to reveal. The district plays a big part in tourism industry and the most attractive spot is the Zhob River. The ... Read More »

Sutlej River

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Sutlej River is one of those rivers, which are located in the province of Punjab. Among these five popular rivers of Punjab, Sutlej is considered as the largest. The river flows in both India and Pakistan and also makes its way through Punjab’s crossroad region. Sutlej River originates from Himalayan’s North Slope in Tibet. It joins River Chenab at Bahawalpur ... Read More »

Ravi River

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Punjab is a house to five beautiful rivers and so it is known as ‘the land of five rivers’. River Ravi is one of these five rivers and flows along the eastern side of Pakistan. The river links two countries; India and Pakistan together and originates from Chamba district of India. The historical names of Ravi River are Iravati and ... Read More »

Panjnad

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Panjnad River is situated in the province of Punjab and flows across the end part of Bahawalpur. The river is formed when five other rivers; Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab, Beas, and Jhelum join together. Irrigation channels are provided to the provinces of Sindh and Punjab by the river Panjnad. Agricultural rate is high in the region along this river because all ... Read More »

Kunhar River

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Kunhar River, located near Balakot is known for its magnificence and beauty. The river offers great eye-catching scenes which are appreciated by tourists from other cities as well as other countries. All the areas near Balakot side are worth seeing and river Kunhar is included in that region. The river is situated in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The icy cold water ... Read More »

Indus River

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Indus River is known to be the largest river of Pakistan and is also called as ‘Lion River’. It originates from Tibetan mountains and passes through Ladakh region. River Kabul joins River Indus near Attock. The merging of these two rivers gives a great view to the tourists as a bridge is built upon it to enjoy the beautiful natural ... Read More »

Neelum River

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A river is usually defined as the natural waterway flowing through mountains towards another river, lake or sea. However, there is no general definition to define river. Small rivers flowing through the mountains are also referred as tributary, Stream, channel, etc. In rare cases the river flowing is either dried before reaching to another place or is flown into the ... Read More »

Poonch River

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River is usually defined as the flow of fresh water naturally through mountains towards the lake, ocean or sea. These rivers are dried or fall into the ground in some cases otherwise no such things happens. Small rivers are also named as tributary, creek and brook. There are several big and beautiful rivers are flowing in Pakistan. Indus River is ... Read More »

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