Po & Mo River

Po & Mo River

Mother and Father River from the Himalayas to the Bengal Sea

Location: 

Puna Tsang Chu, Bhutan

Duration: 

Monday, August 21, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Po & Mo River: two of the major rivers in Bhutaninfo-icon
  2. Mo Chhu: meaning the mother river (or water)
  3. Pho Chhu: meaning the father river (or water)
  4. Confluence: at the strategic Punakha Dzong
  5. Streams: from the Himalayas to the Bengal Sea

Image sources

  1. Mo Chhu fro the Namgyal Chorten
  2. Mo River near the Namgyal Chorten
  3. Confluence of the Mo and Po rivers
  4. Bridge over the Mo Chhu River
  5. Me in front of the Punakha Dzong

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