(Last Updated on : 15/05/2015)
Sankosh is a river which originates in northern Bhutan. The river empties into the Brahmaputra River
in the Gauripur
, Dhubri district
in India. In Bhutan, the Sankosh River is known as the "Puna Tsang Chu". The two largest tributaries of Sankosh River are the Mo Chu and Pho Chu rivers. The upper courses of the Pho Chu River in Bhutan are prone to ice blockages.
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