Geography / History
The Centre has reconstituted associate informative committee to sketch a concept for learning the legendary Hindu deity watercourse for future 2 years, when the sooner panel’s term resulted in 2019.
· The Hindu deity watercourse is one in all the most Rigvedic rivers mentioned within the scripture Rig sacred writing and later religious text and post-Vedic texts.
· The ‘Sapta Sindhu’ in Rig sacred writing refers to the rivers Saraswati, Satadru (Sutlej), Vipasa (Beas), Asikni (Chenab), Purushni (Ravi), Vitasta (Jhelum) and Sindhu (Indus).
· Among these, the Saraswati and therefore the Sindhu were major rivers that flowed from the mountains right up to the ocean.
· For 2000 years, between 6000 and 4000 B.C., the Saraswati flowed as an excellent watercourse.
The watercourse, that had originated from Kapal
tirith within the Himalaya Mountains within the west of Kailash, was flowing
southward to Mansarovar and so taking a flip towards west.