Myittha River
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Native nameမြစ်သာမြစ်  (Burmese)
Location
CountryBurma
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationBurma
Mouth 
 • location
Chindwin
 • coordinates
23°12′26″N 94°19′53″E / 23.20722°N 94.33139°E / 23.20722; 94.33139Coordinates: 23°12′26″N 94°19′53″E / 23.20722°N 94.33139°E / 23.20722; 94.33139
Basin features
Tributaries 
 • leftManipur River

Myittha River (Burmese: မြစ်သာမြစ်) is a river of western Burma, a tributary of the Chindwin River.

Course

The Myittha originates in the Chin Hills and flowing northwards drains the Kale Valley.[1] It flows into the Chindwin, one of the main tributaries of the Irrawaddy River, on the right just below the town of Kalewa.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "1:250,000 topographic map, Series U542, Mawlaik, Burma; India, NF 46-3" U.S. Army Map Service, March 1960
  2. ^ Bird, George W. (1897) Wanderings in Burma F.J. Bright & Son, Bournemouth, England, page 401, OCLC 411015