‘Mouth of the River Dikhow’  Village, Assam

From River Dikhow [Bod: di, ‘water’, ‘river’; khau/khow, ‘deep’, ‘steep’; and Asm/Hin: mukh, ‘mouth’].

The Dikhow river flows northwards from Nagaland and joins the Brahmaputra at Dikhowmukh.

Dikhowmukh was an important Ahom dockyard abd was the site of many many Ahom-Kachari battles.

For related place names see Indian Place names and Assam place names.

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