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The Hinrálayan river basins The Indus basinSubordinate systems of
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appear base basin beds Bhábar boundary called central clay Common connected considerable continued course crossed Cultivated deposits described direction district DIVISION Dún east eastern elevation existence extended fact fall feet foot formation fossils Frequent further Ganges Garhwal geological gives glacier gneiss gravel greater ground height hills Himalaya India Indus known Kumaon latter less limestone London lower marked mass mean miles mines mountains Natural Order nearly northern Note noticed nummulitic observed occur ORDER origin outer pass peaks plains portion position present probably rain range Rare region ridge rise river rocks Roxb runs Satlaj seen separated side similar Siwálik slope snow snowy southern stations Strachey strata streams surface Tál temperature Tibet Tibetan tract TRIBE upper valley Wall western whole winds