Which is the Deepest River in India?

By Shivank Goel|Updated : August 19th, 2022

The Brahmaputra is the deepest river in India with its depths reaching up to 380 feet. It originates from the Mansarovar ranges. The Brahmaputra is known to have its origin in the Chemayungdung glacier of the Kailash range near Mansarovar lake. It is also the only river known to have been assigned a male gender. The Brahmaputra is 916 km long in India and receives a number of tributaries on its way through the Assam valley. The rest of it is a part of China.

Deepest River Brahmaputra and Its Tributaries


The Brahmaputra is the deepest river in India and also one of the largest rivers in the world. It originates from the Chemayungdung glacier of the Kailash range near Mansarovar lake. It receives a number of tributaries while on its way through the Assam valley. The main left bank tributaries are Burhi Dihing and Dhansari (South) while the important tributaries on the right are the Subansiri, Kameng, Manas, and Sankosh.

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  • Yes. The Brahmaputra is the deepest river in India and also one of the largest rivers in the world.

  • The Brahmaputra is 916 km long in India and receives a number of tributaries on its way through the Assam valley. The main left bank tributaries are Burhi Dihing and Dhansari (South) while the important tributaries on the right are the Subansiri, Kameng, Manas, and Sankosh.

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