The Brahmaputra enters the Indian borders through Arunachal Pradesh, which flows about 35 KMs in the state. After that, it joins its tributaries in Assam Valley. Dibang, Saint, Lohit, Tista, etc are the tributaries of Brhamaputra River. According to official records, the average width of the Brahmaputra River is 5.46 KMs. However, in some places, the average width of Brahmaputra is 8 Kms.
Bridges on the Brahmaputra River
There are 8 bridges built on the Brahmaputra River at different places. Here is the detailed knowledge about the bridges.
- Bangabandhu Bridge - It is built in Bangladesh, and the length of the river bridge is 4.98KMs. It is the 11th longest river bridge in the world.
- Bogibeel Bridge- It is built in Assam, India. The bridge length is 4.94 KMs and was inaugurated in the year 2018.
- Dhola Sadia Bridge - This river bridge is built in Assam State, and the length of the Bridge is about 9.15 kilometers.
- Dhubri Phulbari Bridge is an under-construction bridge and is expected to be completed in 2026 or 2027. With a length of 19 KMs, it is one of the longest bridges over the Brahmaputra River.
- Kolia Bhomora Setu is the second shortest bridge over this river, with a length of just 3,015m.
- Narnarayan Setu - It is the rail and road bridge over the river in Assam State. The length of this bridge is 2.3 KMs
- New Saraighat Bridge - The length of this bridge is 1.49 Kilometers.
- Saraighat Bridge - This river bridge holds the record for the Shortest river bridge over the Brahmaputra River.
Which River is Widest In India?
Brahmaputra River is the widest river in India and has an average width of 5.46 KMs in Assam State and around 8 Kilometers in some places. This river is the 15th longest river in the world. It originates from the famous Mansarovar Lake at Kailash.
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