Which river flows from India to Pakistan?
There are nine important rivers of India, and they are The Ganges, Yamuna (a tributary of Ganges), Brahmaputra, Mahanadi, Narmada, Godavari, Tapi, Krishna, and Kaveri.
River Systems of India.
|Area||194413 Sq.Km. – in India|
|Originates From||Angsi glacier in Tibet|
|Ends in||Bay of Bengal|
Which river flows from Kashmir to Pakistan?
The Jhelum River (Hindi: झेलम, Sanskrit: वितस्ता, Urdu: جہلم, Punjabi: ਜਿਹਲਮ / جہلم, Kashmiri: وؠتھ) is a river that flows from the Indian-administered territory of Jammu and Kashmir, through the Pakistani-administered territory of Azad Kashmir, and into Pakistani Punjab.
Which river water goes to Pakistan?
After Pakistan came into existence, a water control treaty signed between India and Pakistan in 1960 guaranteed that Pakistan would receive water from the Indus River and its two tributaries the Jhelum River & the Chenab River independently of upstream control by India.
Which river is called King of waters?
Why is the Amazon river called the ‘ king of water
Which river is known as backbone of Punjab?
Answer: The Indus is the most important supplier of water resources to the Punjab and Sindh plains – it forms the backbone of agriculture and food production in Pakistan. The river is especially critical since rainfall is meagre in the lower Indus valley.