I wandered down to the lovely old wooded bridge across the Jhelum, where the strong young trees grow up from the piles.
The source of the Jhelum is at Vir-nag (the powerful snake), &c.
From Martund we made our way to Vernag, the celebrated spring which is supposed to be the source of the Jhelum river.
Then a first-rate cart-road up the Jhelum valley has been made.
The road was excellent, and we left the hot suffocating steam of India below us as we ascended along the bank of the Jhelum River.
Jhelum, on the river so named,135 was the next stage of our anxious journey.
The Sikh army were posted near Chillianwalla, on the river Jhelum, their front covered by a thick belt of jungle.
I came up the valley of the Jhelum, and I watched its course for some time before it arrived.
Two marches from Jhelum my wife was suddenly taken alarmingly ill, and had to remain behind when the camp moved on.
The Rohale ferry is re-opened and I am returning by the direct road on the left bank of the Jhelum.