Tons River

TonsPabbar RiverTons ValleyTauns River
The Tons is the largest tributary of the Yamuna and flows through Garhwal region in Uttarakhand, touching Himachal Pradesh.wikipedia
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Jaunsar-Bawar

Jaunsar BawarJaunsarBawar
Tons Valley lies in Jaunsar Bawar region, as it emerges from the Himalayas has haridwar on its eastern bank.
It is defined in the east, by the river Yamuna and by river Tons in the west, the northern part comprises Uttarkashi district, and some parts of Himachal Pradesh, the Dehradun tehsil forms its southern periphery.

Yamuna

Yamuna RiverRiver YamunaJumna
The Tons is the largest tributary of the Yamuna and flows through Garhwal region in Uttarakhand, touching Himachal Pradesh. The cantonment town of Chakrata is situated between, the Tons and Yamuna rivers.
It crosses several states: Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, passing by Uttarakhand and later Delhi, and meeting its tributaries on the way, including Tons, Chambal, its longest tributary which has its own large basin, followed by Sindh, the Betwa, and Ken.

Chakrata

Chakrata CantonmentMundali
The cantonment town of Chakrata is situated between, the Tons and Yamuna rivers.
It is between the Tons and Yamuna rivers, at an elevation of 2118 m, 98 km from state capital, Dehradun; it was originally a cantonment of the British Indian Army.

Dehradun

Dehra DunDehradun, IndiaDehradun, Uttarakhand
In fact, it carries more water than the Yamuna itself, which its meets below Kalsi near Dehradun, Uttarakhand.
In the north and northwest it borders on the district of Uttarkashi and Tehri Garhwal, in the east and southeast by Pauri Garhwal and Ganges river, in the west, it is bordered by Shimla and Sirmaur districts of Himachal Pradesh, Yamunanagar district of Haryana and the Tons and Yamuna rivers.

Garhwal division

GarhwalGarhwal regionGarhwal province
The Tons is the largest tributary of the Yamuna and flows through Garhwal region in Uttarakhand, touching Himachal Pradesh.

Uttarakhand

UttaranchalUttrakhandUttarkhand
The Tons is the largest tributary of the Yamuna and flows through Garhwal region in Uttarakhand, touching Himachal Pradesh.

Himachal Pradesh

HimachalHPHimachal Pradesh, India
The Tons is the largest tributary of the Yamuna and flows through Garhwal region in Uttarakhand, touching Himachal Pradesh.

Ganges

GangaGanges RiverGanga River
The Pabbar River is the westernmost river that drains east to the Ganges.

Sutlej

Sutlej RiverSatlujSatluj River
The Sutlej River is the next watershed over and is the easternmost river that drains west into the Indus.

Indus River

IndusIndus ValleySindhu
The Sutlej River is the next watershed over and is the easternmost river that drains west into the Indus.

New Tehri

TehriOld TehriTehri, Uttarakhand
The Asan river is a confluence of two small river systems; one comprising streams flowing south from the Himalayan range running from Vikas Nagar towards Tehri (with Mussorie in the centre), and the other comprising streams flowing north-west from the lower Shiwalik hills (that separate Dehradun and Saharanpur districts).

Mussoorie

MussourieMussorieMussoorie, India
The Asan river is a confluence of two small river systems; one comprising streams flowing south from the Himalayan range running from Vikas Nagar towards Tehri (with Mussorie in the centre), and the other comprising streams flowing north-west from the lower Shiwalik hills (that separate Dehradun and Saharanpur districts).

Dehradun district

DehradunDehra Dun DistrictDehradun City
The Asan river is a confluence of two small river systems; one comprising streams flowing south from the Himalayan range running from Vikas Nagar towards Tehri (with Mussorie in the centre), and the other comprising streams flowing north-west from the lower Shiwalik hills (that separate Dehradun and Saharanpur districts).

Saharanpur district

SaharanpurTalheri Bujurg
The Asan river is a confluence of two small river systems; one comprising streams flowing south from the Himalayan range running from Vikas Nagar towards Tehri (with Mussorie in the centre), and the other comprising streams flowing north-west from the lower Shiwalik hills (that separate Dehradun and Saharanpur districts).

Tapkeshwar Temple

Tapkeshwar MahadevTapkeshwar Mahadev Temple
The misnomer Tons stands for the river originating from the Mussorie hills, flowing down through Robber's cave, Bijapur canal and Tapkeshwar Mahadev, before emerging into a broad valley behind IMA.

Himalayas

HimalayaHimalayanHimalayan Mountains
The Asan river is a confluence of two small river systems; one comprising streams flowing south from the Himalayan range running from Vikas Nagar towards Tehri (with Mussorie in the centre), and the other comprising streams flowing north-west from the lower Shiwalik hills (that separate Dehradun and Saharanpur districts). the main source is Ruinsara snout, located below Dhum Dhar kandi ridge which leads to Kalanag and Banderpoonch and is one of the most major perennial Indian Himalayan rivers.

Sivalik Hills

Shivalik HillsSiwalik HillsShivalik
The Asan river is a confluence of two small river systems; one comprising streams flowing south from the Himalayan range running from Vikas Nagar towards Tehri (with Mussorie in the centre), and the other comprising streams flowing north-west from the lower Shiwalik hills (that separate Dehradun and Saharanpur districts).

Asan Barrage

AssanAssan River
Asan barrage is constructed just before this confluence.

Letitia Elizabeth Landon

Letitia LandonLaetitia Elizabeth LandonL.E.L." (Letitia Elizabeth Landon)
An engraved plate of a rope bridge crossing in Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap Book, 1839, inspired the poem Crossing the River Tonse by a Jhoola by Letitia Elizabeth Landon in which the three strands of the rope are echoed by the three-lined verses.