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- A river of southern Asia rising in the Himalaya Mountains of southwest Tibet and flowing about 2,900 km (1,800 mi) east then south and west through northeast India to join the Ganges River and form a vast delta in central Bangladesh.
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- noun A variety of the domestic hen better known as brahma. See
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- proper noun A great
- noun A domestic fowl, the
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- noun an Asian river; flows into the Bay of Bengal
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Beijing is building a massive, power-generating dam on China's Tsang Po river, which also runs through India -- where it is known as the Brahmaputra -- and Bangladesh
The Ganges and the Brahmaputra are the chains of gold that wind round and round your neck; in the woodland fringes on the distant banks of the dark waters of the river, I have seen your collyrium-darkened eyelashes; the changeful sheen of your __sari__ moves for me in the play of light and shade amongst the swaying shoots of green corn; and the blazing summer heat, which makes the whole sky lie gasping like a red-tongued lion in the desert, is nothing but your cruel radiance.
India's Brahmaputra river, known in China as the Yarlung Tsangpo, is a lifeline that provides irrigation and hydroelectric power for several Indian states and Bangladesh.
There can be a multi-modal transport via the Brahmaputra.
No formal agreement exists between India and China for the sharing of water from the Brahmaputra river.
Indian government sources say they will continue to monitor Chinese activity along the Brahmaputra using satellite capabilities, which have dramatically improved over the past two years.
Anupam Nath/Associated Press Fishermen prepare food on their boat on the Brahmaputra river in Assam state, northeastern India, on Wednesday.
Anupam Nath/Associated Press A woman dried a cloth in the wind as rain clouds hover over the river Brahmaputra in the eastern Indian city of Gauhati, June 9.
According to media reports, China is considering a new plan to divert the Brahmaputra waters from its upper reaches to fight drought conditions in its northwestern territories.
Anupam Nath/Associated Press A man pushed his cart as rain clouds hovered over the river Brahmaputra in Gauhati, June 9.