Indus River: Largest River of Pakistan
River Indus: The mighty Indus river is the largest river of pakistan. It is famous for its great Indus Vally Civilization and fertile lands. It orginates from Tibitan Plateau and after covering the total distance of 3180 kilometers, it falls into the Arabian Sea. The Indus river forms Septa Sindhu ( Severn Rivers ) delta along with other 6 rivers i.e. Bias, Ravi, Satluj, Chanab, and two other rivers from Afghanistan and Khyber Pakhtunkha. The mean annual run-off of the Indus is 207 x 109 m³, with a yearly maximum of 264 x 109 m³ and minimum of 171 x 109 m³. The Indus main stream carries about 110.3 x 109 m³ per year.