Q- How does the Brahmaputra River enter India? Which are its tributaries?
Answer- Brahmaputra river originates from the Tibet, near the Mansarowar Lake. Then it flows eastwards, parallel to the Himalayas. On reaching the Namcha Barwa it takes “U” turn and enters into India through Arunachal Pradesh by a deep gorge.
The main tributaries that joined Brahmaputra river after entering India are: Dibang, the Lohit and Kenula.