Arunachal Pradesh is a state in Northeast India. It borders the territories of Assam and Nagaland towards the south. It imparts worldwide boundaries to Bhutan in the west, Myanmar in the east, and a contested line with China in the north at the McMahon Line. Itanagar is the state capital of Arunachal Pradesh.
Arunachal Pradesh, signifying ‘Place that is known for the Rising Sun’, long has been a perceived locale of the Indian subcontinent, getting notice in such antiquated Hindu writing as the Kalika-purana and the epic sonnets Mahabharata and Ramayana. Once in the past known as the North East Frontier Agency (from the British pilgrim time), the region was important for Assam until it was made the Indian association domain of Arunachal Pradesh in 1972, and in 1987 it turned into an Indian state. The locale, in any case, has been the subject of a continuous sway debate among India and China.
The significant streams of the state are the Brahmaputra and its feeders—the Dibang, Lohit, Subansiri, Kameng, and Tirap. The Brahmaputra (known as the Tsangpo in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China and as the Dihang in Arunachal Pradesh) streams toward the east from Mansarovar Lake in Tibet prior to plunging south through the Himalayas into north-focal.
The stream at that point winds its path toward the south across the length of the state, cutting a tight, steep-sided gorge into the sloping landscape. The Brahmaputra at last arises onto the northern edge of the Assam fields—a finger of which reaches out into southeastern Arunachal Pradesh—close to the town of Pasighat. It is joined by the Dibang and the Lohit waterways a brief distance past Pasighat, only south of the line among Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. West of the Brahmaputra, the Subansiri is the simply feeder to cross the fundamental Himalayan reaches. The Kameng and different waterways in the space ascend on the southern flanks of the mountains. The Tirap River depletes the southeastern piece of the state.
It is a land of tribal cultures, Buddhist monasteries, pristine lakes, high altitude mountains, and quaint hillside villages. Major tourist places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh are Aalo, Nuranang Falls, Anini, Namdapha National Park, Upper Dibang Valley, Talle Valley, Hindu Temple Of Malinithan, Mechuka Valley, Buffs, Bomdila, Itanagar, Tawang, Ziro Valley, Sela Pass, Tezu, Roing, Dirang, Pasighat, Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhalukpong, Sangti, Changlang, Bum La Pass, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, etc.
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