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The Satluj River lies in the Ngari region of the Tibet, the Dauladhar range forms its Southern Range - the Uttarkashi Range making a part of Uttar Pradesh and the Shimla of Himachal Pradesh. Satluj River enters India through Shipki La - as high as 6, 608 mts from sea. The major tributaries to the Satluj River is the Indus Valley River - the main river of Pakistan.
In India Satluj River makes an important source to cultivate various fruits and plants in the North Eastern Part. On both the sides of the river can be found crops of orchids , apricots, apples and grapes. It is the major source of providing life to many ornamental plants which are grown in Indian Hill Stations - especially in the Northern India.
Satluj crosses some of the major cities of India. Its course includes crossing - Kinnaur, Shimla, Kullu, Solan, Mandi and Bilaspur districts. Some of the major tributeries of Satluj are viz. the Spiti, the Ropa, the Taiti, the Kashang, the Mulgaon, the Yula, the Wanger, the Throng and the Rupi as right bank tributaries, whereas the Tirung, the Gayathing, the Baspa, the Duling and the Soldang are left bank tributaries. Out of all these Baspa River, Spiti River, Nogli Khad and Soan River are the major Tributaries of Satluj River.
In the Himalayan Ranges too, the Satluj River has a large deep area. This area is known as Pshong - Tong. Pshong Tong is a called as the fruit Valley for the variety of fruits it bears. Apples, apricots, grapes, cherries - all of them fill the lush green grounds making them colorful.
Though there isin't much of Religious aspects related to Satluj River, still it is considered to have the waters of Satluj River in any of the Religious Functions.