The Indus River has embedded itself in the History of the Sub Continent of India.
In fact the name of a country, India is derived from the River Indus.
I had goosebumps as I viewed the River Indus for the first time ,through a wall of Rocks and Willows.
The Ancient Indus Valley Civilization ( 3500-5000 Bc) developed on the banks of this Magnificent and Powerful River.
Buddhist Prayer Flags flutter revealing the River Indus which originates from the Tibetan Plateau near the Holy Lake Mansarover or the mythological abode of Lord Shiva.
The River Zanskar merges with the River Indus in Ladakh before it flows into the state of Sindh in Pakistan.
Incidentally the River Indus is called “Sindhu” in Hindi and that is from where the name of the state of Sind in Pakistan is derived.
The River Indus or Sindhu River is the Cradle for a region which is perhaps the one of the Oldest Civilizations of the World.
Rivers are Enchanting as they reveal the History of Man going back to thousands of years.