Indus River System
The Indus River originates in the northern slopes of the Kailash range near Lake MansarovarTibet. Although most of the river's course runs through neighboring Pakistan, a portion of it does run through Indian territory, as do parts of the courses of its five major tributaries, listed below. in
The Beas originates in Beas Kund, lying near the Rohtang pass. It runs past Manali and Kulu, where its beautiful valley is known as the Kulu valley. . It joins the Sutlej river near Harika, after being joined by a few tributaries. The total length of the river is 615km
The Jhelum originates in the south-eastern part of Kashmir, in a spring at Verinag.
The Sutlej originates from the Rakas Lake, which is connected to the Manasarovar lake by a stream, in Tibet. It enters Pakistan near Sulemanki, and is later joined by the Chenab. It has a total length of almost 1500 km.