The Sun Kosi is a river that flows from Tibet to Nepal. It is a part of Koshi River which flows into India. The name 'Sun Kosi' comes from the Nepali word 'sun' which means gold and 'kosi' which means river. Many people go to this river for rafting in Nepal.
|Sun Kosi (Poiqu)|
The Sino-Nepal Friendship Bridge over the Sun Kosi at Kodari
|- elevation||8,012 m (26,286 ft)|
|- location||Joins with Arun and Tamur to form Saptkoshi at Trivenighat, Nepal|
|- elevation||640 m (2,100 ft)|
|River system||Koshi River|
|- left||Tamba Koshi, Likhu Khola, Dudh Kosi|
|- right||Indravati River|
- Shrestha, A. B., Eriksson, M., Mool, P., Ghimire, P., Mishra, B., & Khanal, N. R. (2010). Glacial lake outburst flood risk assessment of Sun Koshi basin, Nepal. Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk 1(2): 157–169.
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- Turner, R. L. (1931). "kosi". A Comparative and Etymological Dictionary of the Nepali Language. K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, London.