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Sainj River

Sainj River, a tributary of the Beas River, originates from the lower ranges of the main Himalayas east of Kullu. It then flows in the south-westerly direction and merges with the Beas River before it cuts across the Dhauladhar Range near Larji. The Sainj Valley is V shaped and the river flows past a series of interlocking spurs.

Updated on 7th June, 2005


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