Arunachal Pradesh Tourism

Arunachal Pradesh is India’s easternmost state also one of the Seven Sisters of India and lives up to its name (Arun = dawn, Achal = land) by being the 1st to meet up the rising sun in the country. It borders China on the north, Myanmar on the east and Bhutan on the west.

Take a footstep into the past, greeting to the land of the Dawnlit mountains.

Arunachal Pradesh – the surroundings of the most splendid, variegated, multilingual tribal people of the world. The border line state of India, Arunachal Pradesh shares its border with Tibet, China, Bhutan and Myanmar (Burma). A exclusive habitat with glaciers, high altitude meadows, sub-tropical forests and an amazing array of flora and fauna, all this and more strewn generously with glistening water bodies and gushing rivers.

Its dense forests, snow clad peaks, Towering mountains and loud rivers offer plentiful opportunities for rafting, hiking, mountaineering or simply basking- in all its beauty

Arunachal Pradesh has more than Five Hundred and Fifty rare species of orchids and hundreds of species of rare plants, covering more than 60% of the total area.

The wildlife is evenly rich and varied, which includes elephants, tigers, leopards, jungle cats and also white gibbons, red pandas, the musk and the “Mithun”.

Arunachal Pradesh also finds talk about in journalism such as the Kalika Puran and epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana. It is believed that sage Vyasa was here to do penance. One more attractive feature is the remains of a brick structure scattered around two villages in the hills north of Roing, believed to be the palace of Rukmini, the consort of Lord Krishna.

The people with a wonderful past have a deep sense of beauty that finds delightful phrase in their songs, dances and crafts.

It has Fifty Five (55) higher secondary schools and 1174 primary schools, 274 middle schools. The growth of educational facilities over this vast area is impressive. Arunachal Pradesh has its own university now, with around 7 Seven colleges offering up to graduation.

A lot of tribal languages are spoken in the state. English, Assamese, Bengali and Hindi are also spoken by a big section of the people. The Donyi-polo is the very old religion of these people, still followed by many; Buddhism & Christianity are the other major religions. There are also a minority of Hindus in the state.


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