Potö Chu

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Potö Chu

Potö Chu (Tib. སྤོ་སྟོད་ཆུ, Wyl. spo stod chu), ‘The River of Upper Powo’, aka Potö Tsangpo (Tib. སྤོ་སྟོད་གཙང་པོ, Wyl. spo stod gtsang po), Bode Zangbo and Dong Chu, is a small river in northern Powo and a tributary of the Parlung Tsangpo.[1]

It flows north to south and joins the Parlung Tsangpo at the city of Kanam. One of the tributaries of the Potö Chu is the Yarlung Chu.

Among the Dharma places found on the Potö Chu’s banks are:[2]

Notes

  1. Emeric Yeshe Dorje, The History of the Düdjom Tersar, forthcoming.
  2. Emeric Yeshe Dorje, The History of the Düdjom Tersar, forthcoming.