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  1. › wiki › Indus_RiverIndus River - Wikipedia

    The Indus is one of the few rivers in the world to exhibit a tidal bore. The Indus system is largely fed by the snow and glaciers of the Himalayas, Karakoram and the Hindu Kush ranges. The flow of the river is also determined by the seasons – it diminishes greatly in the winter, while flooding its banks in the monsoon months from July to September.

  2. The Indus River is the greatest river on the western side of the south Asian subcontinent. It is one of the seven sacred rivers for The Brahmans of Vedic period. It was the birthplace of the early Indus Valley civilization. It flows through China (Western Tibet), India and Pakistan. It is one of the main rivers of the Indo-Gangetic Plain.

  3. › wiki › Indus_RiverIndus River - Wikipedia

    The Indus River (Urdu: ur ‬ ‎ Daryā-e Sindh) is a major river in Asia which flaws through Pakistan. It an aa haes coorses throu wastren Tibet in the Fowkrepublic o Cheenae as well as northren Indie .

    • Sênggê Zangbo
    • Leh, Sukkur, Hyderabad
  4. The Indus River Delta, forms where the Indus River flows into the Arabian Sea, mostly in the southern Sindh province of Pakistan with a small portion in the Kutch Region of India. The delta covers an area of about 41,440 km2, and is approximately 210 km across where it meets the sea. The active part of the delta is 6,000 km2 in area. The climate is arid, the region only receives between 25 and 50 centimetres of rainfall in a normal year. The delta is home to the largest arid ...

    • 5 November 2002
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    • Indus Delta
  5. Archivo:Indus river-es.svg. Tamaño de esta previsualización PNG del archivo SVG: 555 × 600 píxeles. Otras resoluciones: 222 × 240 píxeles · 444 × 480 píxeles · 711 × 768 píxeles · 948 × 1024 píxeles · 1895 × 2048 píxeles · 2309 × 2495 píxeles. Este es un archivo de Wikimedia Commons, un depósito de contenido libre ...

    • English: Indus river and tributaries, data based on The Times Atlas of the world (Family edition)
    • 2495.1794
  6. Suru River (Indus) The Suru River[needs IPA] is a tributary of the Indus River that flows largely through the Kargil district of Ladakh, India. The Suru Valley is coextensive with the Kargil tehsil, with the town of Kargil situated on its banks.

  7. Indus River System Authority (IRSA) is a water regulator in Pakistan, established in 1992 as an act of Parliament. The authority was established for regulating and monitoring the distribution of water resources of the Indus River system among the provinces, in accordance with provisions of the water accord.