Answer: The Sutlej river does not originate in India.
Sutlej is the longest river among the five tributaries of the Indus River. It is the main river in Punjab among the five rivers that mainly flow in Punjab. The Sutlej rises from southwestern Tibet. It rises at the north slope of the Himalayas in Lake Langa at about an elevation of above 15,000. The river flows northwestward and then enters west-southwestward through the Himalayas. The rivers first enter India through Himachal Pradesh and then by crossing this Indian state it flows further through Punjab. In Punjab, it resides near Nangal. The river is the main source of Bhakra Nangal Dam in India. Sutlej then enters Pakistan after India.
Which of the following rivers does NOT originate in India?
The Sutlej river does not originate in India. Sutlej originates from Manasarovar-Rakas Lakes in Western Tibet. The other three rivers Beas, Chenab, and Ravi originate in India. The Beas and Chenab, Ravi originates in Himachal Pradesh, India. The Sutlej rises from southwestern Tibet at the north slope of the Himalayas in Lake Langa at about an elevation of above 15,000.