by NEWSNER , 2021-07-30 12:37:15
The Champabati River meets the Brahmaputra River near Bongaigaon (Assam), and the area looks exactly like the Indian Map Shaped River on the ground. This is the most stunning piece of geography I've ever seen. Because the spot in Bongaigaon where the Champawati River meets the Brahmaputra River looks exactly like our country map. It's known as 'Chapori' in Assamese.
In the Indian state of Assam, the Champabati River is a tributary of the Brahmaputra River. The Champabati River has three sub-tributaries: the Bhur River (which includes the Mora Bhur River), the Lopani River, and the Dhol Pani River, all of which originate in the Bhutanese hills.
The Bhur River rises near Gurungdando and goes through Bhur village in the Sidli Tehsil of Chirang district, Assam, before merging with a tiny river known as Patiakhola.
The Dholpani river rises in the Bhutanese hills and travels along the Bhutan-India border, where it meets the Champabati river after taking two sub-tributaries, the Arne Khola and Tiniabadhi rivers.
Before meeting the Dholpani river, the Lopani river travels through Chirang woodland and takes a tributary from Jhora Beel. Dholpani and Lopani come together to form the Champabati River.
Article Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champabati_River
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