Geography

The longest range of Middle Himalaya is the ____.


ANSWER

Pir Panjal


SOLUTION
  • The Pir Panjal range in Kashmir is the longest and the most important range in the Middle Himalaya.
  • It extends from the Jhelum river to the upper Beas river for over 300 km.
  • It rises to 5,000 metres and contains mostly volcanic rocks.
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