Brahmaputra

India is a majestic land from North to South, East to West. One finds various geographic features here such as mountains, deserts, plains, delta, beaches, sea, oceans, rivers, lakes, islands, rain forests and what not.

This post here is about the mighty Brahmaputra river, the only male river in India.

Male River?

If you just look at size of this river you will be amazed by the width and the volume of water in this river. When I first saw this river, I was like…no words.

Nobody swims in this river because of various underwater currents that originate in this river in a specific area.

Brahmaputra’s origin is outside India and it enters India in the state of Arunachal Pradesh by making a hairpin turn and entering into India and exiting into Bay of Bengal.

The place I am standing while getting this photographs gets covered in water during the rainy season and when you are flying over this river, it will appear as a sea and the width of this river is huge and I really mean huge, just consider the width of the river you can see in the photographs becomes 1.5 times during rains.

So sit back and enjoy the majestic Brahmaputra.

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P.S: This was a phone camera so images might be a little blurry

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Reblogged this on shadesoflens and commented:

    Brahmaputra, its not a river by name by looks like a sea when it is at its full capacity.

    BEWARE: Do not try to go for a Swim

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  2. joshi daniel says:

    wide and nice 🙂

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