Shingo River

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Shingo river (blue) meeting the Dras river in Dalunang

The Shingo River is a tributary of the Suru River, and flows through the Ladakh region. It is created out of the confluence of Nakpo River as well as Marpo River which originates in Azad Kashmir. The Shingo river enters India and meets the Dras River, coming from Dras. 5 km from Kargil the merged river meets the Suru River and again re-enters Pakistani territory.

The Shingo river is clearer than other rivers in Ladakh because it is formed from melting ice. it flows through chanigund.

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Coordinates: 34°35′N 76°07′E / 34.583°N 76.117°E / 34.583; 76.117