Beas River is located in the heart of the Kullu Valley and is popular for its camping spots and adventure activities. One can indulge in Adventure sport like River rafting, River crossing and many more. The length of the river is 470 km and it also marks the eastern border of Alexander the Great’s empire in 326 BC who was forced to stop his expedition here. The source of the River Beas in the Himalayas is The Beas Kund. This age-old river is named as Hyphasis in Greek and Vipasha in Sanskrit. This river flows through the two states of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab.
... The Beas River rises at an elevation of 14,308 feet at Rohtang Pass in the western Himalayas which is a section of the vast Himalayas mountain range, in central Himachal Pradesh. The Beas River in Himachal Pradesh is a great source of the generation of electricity in India through hydro-electric power plants. The River Beas drainage basin is one of the largest drainage basins in India. Nearby Attractions Places to visit in Beas River are Hidimba Devi Temple, Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Bhrigu Lake, Pandoh Dam, Bijli Mahadev, Museum of Himalayan Culture, Folk and Art, Great Himalayan National Park, Manu Temple, and Manali Club House.
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