India | Himachal Pradesh

Bhaga River

Bhaga River, an important tributary of the Chenab River, originates from the Lahaul valley, in Himachal Pradesh. It flows in the south-west direction as a raging torrent before joining the Chandra River. Before it joins with the Chandra River at Tandi, a number of snow fed rivers drains into it.

The upper catchment areas of the Bhaga River are characterized with U shaped valleys, glittering waterfalls, charming glaciers and moraines. The river is flooded during the summer months when the snow on the high mountains starts melting.

Updated on 7th June, 2005


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