A journey to the Land of Dawn...!

Land of the Rising Sun in India, the largest of the northeastern states of India known as the Seven Sisters, the easternmost border of India is bordered by the mountains of Arunachal Pradesh. It is the northeasternmost state of India. It borders the states of Assam and Nagaland to the south. It shares international borders with Bhutan in the west, Myanmar in the east, and a disputed border with China in the north at the McMahon Line. Itanagar is the state capital of Arunachal Pradesh, which is the largest of the Seven Sister States of Northeast India.

Arunachal Pradesh is famous for its rich flora and fauna, beautiful landscape and culture. Arunachal Pradesh is known as the Orchid State of India. More than 500 species of orchids have been found here. Under the Department of Tourism, 12 tourist circuits have been set up at the most famous places in Arunachal Pradesh for travelers.

Major Attractions

  • Tawang is a prominent Buddhist center. You can also visit Tawang Monastery, War Memorial, PTSO Lake (25 kms), Sela Pass (24 kms) and Madhuri Lake (21 kms). Gorichen Peak is located between Tawang and West Kameng.
  • Ziro:This is a quiet old town in Arunachal Pradesh. Habitat of the Apatani tribe. Tarin Fish Farm, Kile Pakho, Places like Penn Grove, Dolo Manto, Tally Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, are the great attractions.

  • The Sessa Orchid Sanctuary and the Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary are the main attractions of Bhalukpong. Bhalukpong is also famous for trekking. There are opportunities for hiking, fishing and camping.
  • Itanagar has a centuries-old heritage and tribal culture. It is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. Himalayas in the north and Brahmaputra river basin in the south. Ita Fort, which is believed to have been built by the Ganges in the 14th and 15th centuries, is home to the Namdapa National Park, the Rupa, the State Museum and the Ziro Music Festival.
  • Along withH the Bomdila Monastery, the Bomdila Viewpoint, the Eagle Nest Wildlife Sanctuary, the Upper Gompa and the Lower Gompa are apple orchards.

  • Anini is located in Dibang Valley district. The main attraction is the Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary. Tribal villages like Anya, Hunli and Ranli can also be seen.
  • Paasighatt:A place known as the Gateway to Arunachal. The river Brahmaputra flows here from Tibet. You can enjoy river rafting, boating and angling. Ancient Pasi and Minyong communities can also be found.
  • YinkiYong:The area is inhabited by tribes such as Adi, Khamba, Mishmis and Mempa and is famous for its Pong, Roja and Bro dance forms. You can also enjoy trekking, hiking, mountaineering, angling, rafting and camping.

  • Mechuka: Tribal cultures can be found by enjoying the natural beauty, that is mechuka. It is a small town in the Mechuka Valley. Tribal communities such as the Memba, Ramo, Bokor, and Libo. The hilltop Buddhist monastery is 400 years old.
  • Chilapam Monastery: This is a monastery located near the town of Rupa. Many people come here to watch the sunset from the top of the hill. This is a place that is not frequented by tourists.

Recipe of the day

Jan 252021
INGREDIENTS  1. Coconut oil - four cups 2. Onion - chopped, finely chopped Ginger - two teaspoons Garlic - three teaspoons