A lake is a body of water that is surrounded by land and is contained inside a basin, distinct from any river or other outlet that feeds or drains the lake. Any reasonably large body of slowly moving or still water that fills a significant inland basin is referred to as a lake
Introduction to the Constitution of India In both content and spirit, the Indian Constitution is unique. Despite borrowing from practically every other country’s constitution, India’s Constitution contains some distinguishing […]
The river runs northwest and reaches India’s Ladakh area from a point named Demchok. Once in India, the Indus flows between the Karakoram and the Ladakh ranges, but is closer to the Ladakh range.