What Character of the North Bank of the Brahmaputra Does the Author Refer to ? - Memoirs of a Chota Sahib
The Character of the North Bank of the Brahmaputra refer of its own according the author Rowntree. Author Rowntree describes that it was a vast, remote stretch of flat, ageless land between the sandbanks of Brahmaputra and the Himalayan foothills. He further explains that it was a strange place, where the rivers dried up in hot weather or suddenly disappeared under ground. He also added that there were numerous bheels replete with wildfowl, peafowl strutted through the grass.