The Tuman River (Chinese: 吐曼河; pinyin: Tǔmàn Hé; Uyghur: تۇمەن دەرياسى, Тумән Дәряси, UYY: Tumən Dəryasi) is a river in Shufu County, Xinjiang, China. The name comes from the Uyghur word "tuman" (تۇمان, Тумән) meaning "fog". The Tuman is a minor tributary of the Tarim Basin. It is 77.6 kilometres (48.2 mi) long and receives the water from 487 square kilometres (188 sq mi) of land. The oasis city of Kashgar is located on the Tuman's south bank.
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- Avetaranian, John; Schafer, Richard; Bechard, John (2003). A Muslim Who Became a Christian. Authors On Line Ltd. p. 208.
- Picture of the Tuman River
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