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Sutlej: Quiz


Question 1: The region to its south and east is arid, and is known as the ________ or Thar Desert.
Thar DesertRajasthanSaharaAntarctica

Question 2: Its source is at Lake Rakshastal in Tibet near Mount Kailas, and it flows generally west and southwest entering India through the Shipki La pass in ________.
ShimlaWest BengalHimachal PradeshShimla district

Question 3: It is located north of the Vindhya Range, south of the Hindu Kush segment of the ________, and east of the Central Sulaiman Range in Pakistan.
Eastern GhatsDeccan PlateauHimalayasWestern Ghats

Question 4: The waters of the Sutlej are allocated to India under the ________ between India and Pakistan, and are mostly diverted to irrigation canals in India[1].
Indus RiverIndus Waters TreatyJammu and KashmirPunjab (India)

Question 5: There has been a proposal to build a 214-kilometre (133 mi) long heavy freight canal, known as the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL), in India to connect the Sutlej and ________ rivers.
Chenab RiverRavi RiverBeas RiverYamuna

Question 6: Indus then flows through a gorge near Sukkur, flows through the fertile plains region of Sindh, and terminates in the ________ near the port city of Karachi in Pakistan.
Indian OceanPalk StraitLaccadive SeaArabian Sea

Question 7: The Panjnad joins the ________ at Mithankot.
Ganges DeltaGanges BasinIndus River DeltaIndus River

Question 8: The Sutlej joins with the Beas River in Hari-Ke-Patan, ________, Punjāb, India, and continues southwest into Pakistan to unite with the Chenab River, forming the Panjnad River south of ancient Multān.
Hyderabad, IndiaChandigarhDelhiAmritsar


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