On the 14th of May, I crossed a spur from this range, descending into a valley watered by a tributary of the Chenab.
On the 12th of June, I crossed the snowy range into the valley of the Chenab.
The flora of the valley of the Chenab, as far as my road lay along it, continued to agree in most respects with that of Kunawar.
The state of Jammu proper, as opposed to Kashmir, consists of a submontane tract, forming the upper basin of the Chenab.
I, of course, recalled the incident at the Chenab bridge, and hope my friend has continued his practical interest in mission work.
Much nearer lay a second range of snowy mountains, evidently that which runs parallel to the Chenab on the south.
The water had been drained off by Lieutenant Glover, by damming up the mouth at the Chenab.
The Butna, which here joins the Chenab, and up which my road lay, is a large impetuous stream.
On the 14th he crossed the Chenab, leaving a considerable force on the other bank.
This chain forms the line of separation between the waters of the Indus and those of the Chenab and Jelam.