Question: Krishganga is the Tributary of
- China and Pakistan
- India and Pakistan
- America and Pakistan
- Iran and Pakistan
Answer: India and Pakistan
Krishganga is the Tributary of the River in the Kashmir Region of India and Pakistan
Kishanganga is also known by the name of Neelam River. It is the tributary river in the Kashmir region of India and Pakistan. This started as in the Indian city of Gurais and then merges with the Jhelum River near the Pakistani city of Muzaffarabad. It is the tributary river in the Kashmir region of India and Pakistan. The Neelam River is originating all from the Krishansar Lake as in the vicinity of Sonamarg and runs northwards to Badoab village. However, this is the point as to where it meets up the tributary from the Dras side and runs westwards just as along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. It is undertaken by so many of the glacial tributary streams on its way.
It makes its entrance in the Azad Kashmir in the Gurez sector of the Line of Control. Then it runs all into the west until it meets the Jhelum River in Muzaffarabad. Hence, the Neelum River is 245 kilometers long and it covering around 50 kilometers in Jammu and Kashmir. Do you name of largest lake of Pakistan?