Sindh Valley

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Coordinates: 34°17′21″N 74°48′45″E / 34.28917°N 74.81250°E / 34.28917; 74.81250

Sind Valley
Nallah Sindh Valley.jpg
The Sind Valley at Wayil
Country India
State Jammu and Kashmir
Region Kashmir Division
District Ganderbal
Municipality Kangan
Range Himalaya
Borders on Zojila (East)
Kashmir Valley (West)
River Sind River
Highest point
 - location Baltal
 - elevation 9,364 ft (2,854 m)
 - coordinates 34°15′22″N 75°25′8″E / 34.25611°N 75.41889°E / 34.25611; 75.41889
Lowest point
 - location Wayil
 - elevation 5,505 ft (1,678 m)
 - coordinates 34°17′21″N 74°48′45″E / 34.28917°N 74.81250°E / 34.28917; 74.81250
Length 40 mi (64 km)
Width 0.6 mi (1 km)
Population 97,874[1] (2001)
Easiest access NH 1D

The Sindh Valley, is a valley in a mountain range which is north of Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir. The valley begins in Gandarbal and ends near Baltal and the start of the Zojila Pass. Sindh Valley is the main route between Kashmir and Central Asia.

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  1. "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.