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Burhi Dhing River

Burhi Dhing River, known earlier as Namphuk River, meanders through the plains facing Patkai Hills for 50 km and then enters into Joypur-Digboi low hill range. Flowing through the plains near Joypur for a 120 km, the Burhi Dhing joins the Brahmaputra at about 32 km south-west of Dibrugarh.

It has many tributaries such as the Digboi, Tingrai, Tipling, Telpani, Deherang and Sessa on the north bank and the Tipam and Disam on the south bank.

Updated on 25th August, 2014


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