The Formation of the Bramaputra
The Baramaputra River forms in the plains of northeastern India from multiple tributaries coming from the mountains around. The most important is the Yarlung Tsangpo coming from the Tibetan Plateau in the background right. After joining with the other rivers the Bramaputra leaves the area of this view on the left towards the Bay of Bengal.
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