Geography

The source of Indus River is in  __________.


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Himalayas


SOLUTION
The source of Indus River is Himalayas.
Indus river system is one of the largest river systems in world. The source of Indus is the bokhar-chu glacier near mansarovar lake situated in great himalayas. Its main tributaries is sutlej, jhelum, chenab, ravi, beas and other minor streams.
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