Gallery 1 of 2. Part of my ride in Arunachal Pradesh.
This album is dedicated to the Brahmaputra River, not only does he bring life and resources to the beings that it supported. But most importantly to remind us of the challenges we have to face daily and to overcome them one at a time.
Brahmaputra River, the 10th largest river in the world by discharge and the 29th longest.
Known as Dibang or Siang in Arunachal Pradesh. On the upper stream in Southern Tibet, it is called Yarlung-Tsangpo.
The lower reaches are sacred to Hindus. And it has a rare male name for a river in the Indian subcontinent, as it means ‘son of Brahma’ in Sanskrit.
The ride is at Eastern Arunachal Pradesh, Dec 2014-Jan 2015 with the Ride of My Life Moto Tours crew, who contributed to some of the photos.
vast river bed of Siang, name for Brahmaputra River in upper stream
Riding thru the vast dried riverbed
AV is not ‘Adult Video’
we could do this all day, or choose to extend our stay over the winter
from one river bank to the next ..
The vast riverbed we have to ride across during the dry season. With column for the new bridge being constructed.
Drift log along Siang
This is just one of the numerous ferry they need to for the day
Getting the people and vehicles onto the boat is only the first step.
The curious and chatty driver. Unlike the boatman, their job are safe even when the bridge are completed. Maybe even better as no hours are wasted waiting for the boat to unload their passengers.
Brahmaputra River at his dry season.
A lady making tea. I enjoy studying her face and dress. She remind me I am right at the crossroad between Himalaya and the Indian subcontinent.
All live supported by the mother river.
Until the bridge is completed. We are going to do this many times today.