Chenab Valley is divided into three districts: Doda, Ramban, and Kishtwar. The valley touches the Anantnag district of Kashmir to the north, Kishtwar district to the northeEast, the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, and Kathua district to the South, the Udhampur district to the southwest, and Ramban to the West, with Doda in ts middle.
Chenab Valley is rich in cultural heritage and ethical values, but also has age-old traditions of secularism and tolerance.
Chenab Valley is home to many different people. Examples of the many different langues spoken in Chenab Valley include the following: Kashmiri is the most widely spoken language in the region. The other major languages are Pahari, Ladakhi, Dogri, Bhadarwahi, Kishtwari, Pogali, and Serazi.
The main occupations of the people of the valley are farming and cattle rearing.
The Chenab Valley (and Kishtwar in particular) has been the site of separatist and religious violence between Hindus and Muslims.
A 5.8 earthquake hit the Chenab Valley on May 1, 2013, killing two and injuring 69. Seismic activity continued in the valley throughout 2013, prompting teams of seismologists to study the area. A local belief states that the earthquakes were being caused by hydroelectric construction projects in the area.