Tsangpo

Tsangpo is the suffix attached to names of rivers originating or sometimes flowing through the Tsang province of Tibet. Some of the rivers are:

  • The Yarlung Tsangpo – in its lower reaches it is known as the Brahmaputra River
  • The Matsang Tsangpo – in its lower reaches it is known as the Sun Kosi
  • The Rongshar Tsangpo – in its lower reaches it is known as the Bhote Koshi
  • The Kyirong Tsangpo – in its lower reaches it is known as the Trishuli River
  • The Raga Tsangpo – a river in Tibet

Other articles related to "tsangpo":

Rivers Of China - Bay of Bengal
... Meghna River (Bangladesh) Ganges River (India) / Padma River (Bangladesh) Yarlung Tsangpo River ( ཡར་ཀླུངས་གཙང་པོ་, 雅鲁藏布江) / Brahmaputra River (India) / Jamuna ...
Modern and Contemporary Pemako People
... Yarlung Tsangpo == Tsangchu in Pemakoe (not Yarlung Tsangpo) River Tsangpo (Tsangchu) which originates from Lake Manasarovar in Western Tibet flows through 1500 km ...
Douglas C. Gordon - Kayaking - Further Tsangpo Kayaking Expeditions
... Already in 1993, Japanese kayaker Takei Yoshitaka had died on the Tsangpo, within 1 mile (2 km) of his put-in near the confluence with the Po Tsangpo River ... His and Gordon's death helped to create the ill fame of the Tsangpo as a particularly difficult, if not unrunnable river some use the catchphrases "Everest of ...
Outside Television - History
... Into the Tsangpo Gorge, by director and expedition leader Scott Lindgren, achieved the epic first whitewater descent of the “Everest of rivers," through the 18,000-ft.-deep Tsangpo Gorge (Yarlung Tsangpo Grand ... Into the Tsangpo Gorge aired on NBC Sports in May 2002 and was Outside Magazine's cover story in July 2002 ...