Question: What is the length of Indus River?
- 1308 Km
- 3108 Km
- 1038 Km
- 3180 Km
Answer: 3180 Km
The length of Indus River is 3180 Km
Indus River mentioned to be the longest rivers in Asia. It is all the way originating in the Tibetan Plateau in the vicinity of Lake Manasarovar. The Indus River is one of the longest rivers in Pakistan. However, it is all the more originating from the Himalayan Region. It is named to be the world’s 21st largest river in terms of annual water flow. It has the total length of 3,180 kilometres as it is also Pakistan’s lifeline. In addition, it is all originating from the Tibetan plateau near Lake Mansarovar in China. It also runs all the way through Jammu and Kashmir and then enters the Gilgit-Baltista region and flows through the entire length of the country and merges at last with the Arabian Sea. The Indus River named to be the main support for agriculture. Therefore, the main tributaries of Indus are Astor River, Balram River, Gilgit River, Kabul River, Tanubal River and the Zanskar River. Hence, it is mostly connected with the Northern areas of Pakistan. Do you how many rivers in Pakistan?