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Describe the course of the Brahmautra river in Tibet and India.


  • Assam and adjoining region---The Brahmaputra enters India in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, where it is called Siang.
  •  It makes a very rapid descent from its original height in Tibet, and finally appears in the plains, where it is called Dihang.
  • The Brahmaputra river course in Tibet signifies its origin or the upper course.. River Brahmaputra in India starts from the Arunachal Pradesh.
  • The Brahmaputra River has its source in southwest Tibet.
  •  It flows there with the name Yarlung Tsangpo River
  • The river runs across south Tibet to penetrate the Himalayan mountain ranges in huge canyons and subsequently Arunachal Pradesh (India).
  • It flows for about 35 km and is joined by two other major rivers like Dibang and Lohit.
  •  From this point of convergence, the river becomes very wide and is called Brahmaputra.

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