| 960 km|
| Bara-lacha la|
| Bahawalpur district, Punjab, Pakistan|
800.6 m/s (28,273 cu ft/s)
Chenab Bridge, Chund Bridge, Chiniot Bridge, Anji Khad Bridge
Sutlej, Indus River, Panjnad River
The Chenab River is a major river of India and Pakistan. It forms in the upper Himalayas in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh, India, and flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, Pakistan. The waters of the Chenab are allocated to Pakistan under the terms of the Indus Waters Treaty.
Chenab River Wikipedia
The river was known to Indians in the Vedic period as Chandrabhaga (Sanskrit: चंद्रभाग), also Asikni (Sanskrit: असिक्नी) or Iskmati (Sanskrit: इस्कामति) and as Acesines to the Ancient Greeks. In 325 BC, Alexander the Great allegedly founded the town of Alexandria on the Indus (present day Uch Sharif or Mithankot or Chacharan in Pakistan) at the confluence of the Indus and the combined stream of Punjab rivers (currently known as the Panjnad River).