Sênggê Zangbo, Sênggê River (Tibetan: སེང་གེ་ཁ་འབབ།, Wylie: seng ge gtsang po; Chinese: 獅泉河; pinyin: Shīquán Hé, meaning "Lion Fountain") is the name of the Indus river in Tibetan. It flows through the Ngari Prefecture in Tibet Autonomous Region, China. The capital city of Ngari, Shiquanhe, is also called Sênggêzangbo after the river.
|⁃ location||Gêgyai County, Tibet, China|
|⁃ elevation||5,469.8 m (17,946 ft)|
|Length||430 km (270 mi)|
|River system||Indus River|
The source of Sênggê Zangbo is within Gêgyai County, Ngari Prefecture, not far from the Mount Kailash. The river drains an area of 27,450 km2, and covers a length of 430 km. Main tributaries include Gar Tsangpo.
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