Ghaggar is a seasonal river of north India. It rises from the Shivalik
Range of north-western Himachal Pradesh
and flows through
to meet River Saraswati. After passing through Ambala
districts of Haryana it disappears into the Thar Desert
. The seasonal flow of the river is maintained by the monsoon rain. Several scholars identify Ghaggar with the Vedic Saraswati River. Many settlements of Indus Valley Civilization
have been excavated along the banks of Ghaggar.