Which of the following river does not originate in India?

By Sukrati Saxena|Updated : August 2nd, 2022

If you have been asked to “ Which of the following river does not originate in India?” and you have been given 4 options out of which you have to choose one. For example, the four options could be Chenab, Ravi, Mahanadi and Brahamaputra. So, which one is the correct option? Let us discuss the answer to this question. The correct answer is Brahamaputra. Among these options Brahmaputra is the river that has not originated in any of the Indian territory. The Brahmaputra origin lies in the Himalayas of Tibet. It is called as Tsangpo in Tibet. It is one of the main rivers in Asia and in Tibet. Brahmaputra is the 15th longest river and 9th largest river in the world by discharge.

Answer: Brahmaputra is the river thet does not originate in India.

The river does flow in india but does not originate in India. It is actually a trans-boundary river that flows through three countries, Tibet, India and Bangladesh but originates in Tibet. Brahmaputra is 2,900 km (1,800 mi) long. The water flow of the river is highly dependent on spring. In spring season massive flooding is seen due to ice melts in the Himalaya region.

Summary:

Which of the following river does not originate in India?

Brahmaputra is the river thet does not originate in India. The Brahmaputra origin lies in the Himalayas of Tibet.

 

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