(Last Updated on : 25/03/2009)
Lauhitya River is the ancient river of India, now recognized as the part of Brahmaputra River
. Lauhitya flows through the states Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. Lohitya is mentioned as a great river.
Lohitya is mentioned as one of the rivers of ancient India along with other rivers like Ananga, Pushpaveni, Utpalavati, Karatoya, Vrishasabhya, Kumari and Rishikullya. It is believed that the holy place, Urvashi, named after the Apsara Urvasi is said to be situated in river Lohitya. Bhargava Rama is referred to have formed a pilgrimage at Lauhitya.
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