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| source1_location = Gasherbrum Glaciers
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| source1_coordinates= {{coord|35.626036084|N|77.30091333|E}}
| mouth = [[Yarkand River]]
| mouth_coordinates = {{coord|36.626697|N|76.202991|E}}
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| tributaries_left = Shimshal Braldu river, Oprang river
| progression = {{RYarkand}}
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The '''Shaksgam River''' ({{zh|c=沙克斯干河|p=Shakesigan He}}, {{lang-hi|शक्सगाम नदी}}, {{lang-ur|دریائے شکسگام}}) is a left tributary of the [[Yarkand River]]. The river is also known as the '''Kelechin River''' and '''Muztagh River'''.<ref name=ibs>[ US Bureau of Intelligence and Research ''International Boundary Study No. 85'' (1968)] {{webarchive|url= |date=2012-02-11 }}</ref> It rises in the Gasherbrum, Urdok, Staghar, Singhi and Kyagar Glaciers in the [[Karakoram]].<ref>[ Hewitt, K. (1982) ''Natural dams and outburst floods of the Karakoram Himalaya''] {{webarchive|url= |date=2011-07-21 }}</ref> It then flows in a general northwestern direction parallel to the Karakoram ridge line in the [[Shaksgam Valley]]. The river valley was explored in 1889 by [[Francis Younghusband]] (who referred to the Shaksgam as the Oprang).,<ref>{{Cite book
| last = Younghusband
| first = Francis