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Ssc summer enrichment

by Abir Singh


Social Science
Summer Enrichment
Abir Singh
The Great Brahmaputra River
The river originates from the Kailash ranges of Himalayas
After flowing through Tibet it enters India through Arunachal Pradesh and flows through Assam and Bangladesh before it joins Bay of Bengal
Did you know ? .....
1. The river’s name came from the Sanskrit words “Brahma” and “putra” (son), which means son of Brahma

2. The river’s name varies depending on the location. In Tibet, it is called Tsangpo, while in India, it is Brohmoputro noi.

3. The average depth of the river is 38 meters, and the maximum depth is 120 meters.

4. During Spring time, the river overflows due to the melting of snow from the Himalayas, which makes it prone to flooding.

5. Within the Brahmaputra Basin, the highest point is Mt. Kanchenjunga, which has a height of 8,586 meters. In the south of Tibet, large amounts of rainfall is prevalent, increasing the river’s high volume.
Brahmaputra River for Assam.....
1. Helps in Agriculture
2. Fisheries
3. Mode of transportation and communication for merchandise
4. Water supply
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