Beas River

  • Beas River originates near Rohtang Pass Himachal Pradesh, close to the source of the Ravi.
  • It crosses the Dhaula Dhar range through a deep gorge from Lorji to Talwara.
  • It debouches on the plain near Pong and meets the Satluj River at Harike.
  • It lies entirely within the Indian territory.

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Satluj River

Satluj River rises from the Mansarovar – Rakas Lake near Darma Pass in western Tibet, where it is also known as Langcher Khambab.

In Nari Khorasan province of Tibet, it has created an extraordinary canyon.

Vaigai River

Vaigai River is the longest stream south of the Cauvery Delta.

It entirely lies in the state of Tamil Nadu.

It originates in Varusanadu Hills, the Periyar Plateau of the Western Ghats range.

Narmada River

Narmada River is the largest of all the west-flowing rivers of Peninsular India.

It rises from the Maikala range near the Amarkantak plateau in the Shahdol district of Madhya Pradesh.

It flows through a rift valley between the Vindhyan Range on the north and the Satpura Range on the south.