The River Sind
The Sindh River or the Sind River is a river in the Ganderbal district of Jammu and Kashmir. It is a major tributary of the Jehlum River. It is 108 kilometers long with its source believed to be from Machoi Glacier at an elevation of 4800 meters, south of Zojila pass. (Wikipedia)
It flows through Sonamarg en route Kangan, divides Ganderbal into two parts, going through woods of Harran Plantation and finally meets River Jehlum at Sangam Shaadipora. River Sindh is famous for its fishes types, especially fishes of Trout family.
River Sindh is also known for sand extraction. According to various media reports, due to sand extraction led to its dredging increasing its carrying capacity which saved district Ganderbal from September floods of the year 2014.
1) A local Kashmiri rowing his mini boat with an oar which he also uses for fishing in river Sindh in Ganderbal district of Kashmir valley. His name is Ghulam Qadir. I know him for two years now. No day goes past when he is not out for fishing. Rain, snow, freezing temperatures or scorching heat nothing deters him. I have heard from many that he is possessed. There are many anecdotes about him, some of which are very interesting.