Brahmaputra River

Brahmaputra River one of the largest rivers in the world, with its basin covering areas in Tibet China, India and Bangladesh It originates in the Chemayung-Dung glacier, approximately at some 145 km from Parkha, an important trade centre between lake Manassarowar and Mount Kailas. It has a long course through the dry and flat region of southern Tibet before it breaks through the himalayas near the Namcha Barwa peak at about 7,755m. Its chief tributaries in India are the Amochu, Raidak, Sankosh, Mans, Bhareli, Dibang and Luhit.