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Sangam River

The Sangam River is the confluence point of the Indus and Zanskar Rivers in Ladakh, India. It is located near the town of Nimmu, approximately 30 kilometers west of Leh, the capital of Ladakh. The confluence is a significant natural landmark and a popular tourist attraction in the region.

The Indus River, originating from Tibet, flows through Ladakh before continuing its journey through Pakistan. The Zanskar River, on the other hand, originates from the Zanskar Range and is a major tributary of the Indus.

The meeting point of these two rivers, known as the Sangam, showcases a beautiful contrast between the different colored waters. The Indus River appears turquoise blue, while the Zanskar River has a muddy brown color due to the sediment it carries. The merging of these rivers offers a breathtaking sight, attracting visitors who come to admire the natural beauty and enjoy activities like rafting in the turbulent waters.

A large number of tourists visit Sangam point to enjoy the beauty of nature. Also, this is a river rafting point where adventure enthusiasts come to experience thrill of river rafting.

The muddy water of a river meets with blue waters of other at Sangam point and offers a beautiful view.

A new highway, Manali – Darcha – Shinkula pass – Padum (Zanskar Valley) – Nimmu, which is under construction, will meet Leh-Srinagar highway at Sangam.

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