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Does River Bramhaputra ever enter Bangladesh?

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Asked by QueSera Sera, 11 May '10 09:17 pm
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Of course it does..
Answered by joyoti sen, 11 May '10 09:25 pm

 
  
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Yes it does , EastSouthEast of Dinajpur (in BanglaDesh)
Answered by indrajeet, 11 May '10 09:27 pm

 
  
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Yes, it does...!
Answered by Dil Se, 11 May '10 09:28 pm

 
  
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Yes ,
The Brahmaputra enters the plains of Bangladesh after turning south around the Gro Hills below Dhuburi, India. After flowing past Chilmri, Bangladesh, it is joined on its right bank by the Tsta River and then follows a 150-mile course due south as the Yamuna River. (South of Gaibnda, the Old Brahmaputra leaves the left bank of the main stream and flows past Jamlpur and Mymensingh to join the Meghna River at Bhairab Bzr.) Before its confluence with the Ganges, the Yamuna receives the combined waters of the Baral, Atrai, and Hursgar rivers on its right bank and becomes the point of departure of the large Dhaleswari River on its left bank. A tributary of the Dhaleswari, the Burhi Ganga (Old Ganges), flows past Dhk and joins the Meghna River above Munshiganj.

The Yamuna joins with the Ganges north of Goalundo Ght, after which, as the Padma, their combined waters flow to the southeast for a distance of about 75 miles. The Padma reaches its confluence with the Meghna River near Chndpu ...more
Answered by KARTIKAY SHARMA, 11 May '10 09:27 pm

 
  
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Yes..it flows across southern Tibet, break through the Himalayas, It flows south west through Assam valley and south through Bangla Desh
Answered by thampy chacko, 11 May '10 09:22 pm

 
  
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Yes , It flows southwest through the Assam Valley and south through Bangladesh
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 11 May '10 09:19 pm

 
  
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BRAHAMAPUTRA River !!
From its headsprings in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China (as the Yarlung River), it flows across southern Tibet to break through the Himalayas in great gorges (where it is known as the Dihang). It flows southwest through the Assam Valley and south through Bangladesh (where it is known as the Jamuna). There it merges with the Ganges (Ganga) to form a vast delta. About 1,800 mi ... (100 of 2556 words)
Answered by Oberoi, 11 May '10 09:23 pm

 
  
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