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  1. The Meghna is the name given to the course of the original Brahmaputra after its confluence with the Surma River, from Bhairab Bazar onwards. It enters the sea by four streams, enclosing several islands. During floods it expands as a vast sheet of water. Its lower course is susceptible to severe tidal bores and cyclonic havocs.

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    The Padma or Podda ( Bengali: পদ্মা Pôdda) is a major river in Bangladesh. It is the main distributary of the Ganges, flowing generally southeast for 120 kilometres (75 mi) to its confluence with the Meghna River near the Bay of Bengal. The city of Rajshahi is situated on the banks of the river.

    • 120 kilometres (75 mi)
    • Bifurcation of the Ganges at Giria, India, and The Gangotri Glacier in the middle of Himalayans
    • Ganges River System
    • Bangladesh
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  4. It joins Kalni near Bhairab Bazar of Kishoreganj district and the name meghnais given to the course from this confluence to the bay of bengal. Meghna receives old brahmaputraon its right-bank at Bhairab Bazar and on the way to the Bay it carries the water of padma from Chandpur.

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    From its source in the Manipur Hills of India, Liyai Village of Poumai tribe, the river is known as the Barak River (locally known as Avoure). Near its source, the river receives a number of tributaries, including the Irang, Makru, Tuivai, Jiri, Gumti, Howrah, Kagni, Senai Buri, Hari Mangal, Kakrai, Kurulia, Balujhuri, Shonaichhari and Durduria. It...

    After entering into modern Karimganj District in south Assam, Barak divides in two, with the northern branch being called the Surma River and the southern branch the Kushiyara River. At this point the river enters the Sylhet Depression (or trough) which forms the Surma Basin. The Surma is fed by tributaries from the Meghalaya Hills to the north, an...

    The Meghna is formed inside Bangladesh above Bhairab Bazar by the combination of the Surma and Kushiyara rivers. Down to Chandupura, Meghna is hydrographically referred to as the Upper Meghna. After the Padmajoins, it is referred to as the Lower Meghna. In Daudkandi, Comilla, Meghna is joined by the great river Gumti, created by the combination of ...

  5. Complete answer: The river basin of Brahmaputra consists of the Ganges too, along with the Barak River originating in India. These rivers converge in Bangladesh as the Meghna River and flow out to the Bay of Bengal. The name for the largest tributary of the Ganges in Bangladesh is the Padma River.

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