A natural flowing watercourse is called a river. Rivers are usually freshwater flowing towards a sea, ocean lake, or another river. Asian rivers provide water for cities, agriculture, transportation, and power generation for more than half of the world’s population.
The above given word “mthrraabpu” is unscrambled and we get the word Brahmaputra. Brahmaputra is an Asian river. The meaning of the word Brahmaputra is son of Brahma in Sanskrit language. It is considered as the ninth largest river and 15th longest river in the world. Brahmaputra river originates from the region of Manasarovar lake near the mount Kailash which is located on the northern side of the Himalayas. The Brahmaputra river is an important river which serves the purpose of irrigation and transport in the region. The Brahmaputra river is about 4,696 km long and its average depth is 140 m. It flows in the southwest region through the Assam valley and in the south through Bangladesh as the Jamuna river. It merges with the Ganges Delta as the Padma river. During the period of spring when the Himalayan snow melts the Brahmaputra river is prone to catastrophic flooding. Therefore, from the above options provided, option B: Brahmaputra is the correct answer.
So, option B is the correct option.
The river Brahmaputra is called by various names in different states of India and in other countries. In Tibet, Brahmaputra river is called as Yarlung Tsangpo. In the state of Arunachal Pradesh of India, the river Brahmaputra is commonly called as Dihang river or Siang river. In Assam, the Brahmaputra river is called Dilao.