Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh

The modern history of Arunachal Pradesh began on 24 February 1826 after the British rule in Assam after the Jandub Sindhi, British rulers joined Assam in 1838. After attaining independence the North-East Frontier Union Territory was made and its name was named Arunachal Pradesh. Infinite, Arunachal Pradesh has been given full state status as the 24th state of India on 20th February. This state comes under the jurisdiction of the Guwahati High Court.


History of Arunachal Pradesh

Bhutan in the west of Arunachal Pradesh, Tibet in the north, China in the northeast, Myanmar (Burma) in the east and Assam in the south.

Many tribes have settled in the mountainous areas, the main area is Wangchu, Galong, Minyong, Mishimi, Hachhu Tangsa and Degru 13 districts, the whole area of ​​the state is rural. Agriculture is the main occupation of people here. Here, the economy, which was mainly based on ‘zoom’ cultivation, has gradually started to change. Rice is the main crop here.

Arunachal has a huge reservoir of forests and hydroelectric resources. The dolomite is in the form of Western Kameng district. Electricity has been reached in 2.597 villages out of 4,065 villages in the state. Northeast Regional Technology Institute has been set up at Itanagar. 61,000 sq km of the state Forest is a land, which is an important means of income of the state.


Located near Bomdila, Tawang and adjacent to it is the largest Buddhist monastery in India and the historic Etamahal of Itanagar and Ganga Lake. Places of Malinitha and Bhishmakana are remarkable in terms of archaeologists.


Itanagar Arunachal Pradesh


Itanagar is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. The distance between them is 10 km. Is there. Apart from markets, shops, zoos, Raj Bhawan, Buddhist, cave, secretariat, super market can also be seen.

There is a direct bus service to Itanagar from Guwahati. By reaching Rangia by rail from Kolkata, reaching Tezpur via Tezpur Passenger can be reached at Itanagar by bus.

Along Arunachal Pradesh


This town is situated on the south bank of the Siog river. This city is the headquarters of East Siang District. Natural beauty is available here in great quantities. Here, Assamese, Hindi and English languages ​​are spoken mainly. October-April time is most suitable for tourism.

Ramkrishna Mission Ashram

Mopani, which is celebrated in the first week of April and celebrated in the first week of September, Solang is the main festival and is the main center of tourist attraction. Ramkrishna Mission Ashram, Dyoni Pole Temple, Museum and Craft Center 25 km A distant galaxy waterfall is its main attraction. There is a regular bus service from Itanagar and Luckipur to Along.


Pasighat Arunachal Pradesh


Solung Folk Towers, Degree College etc. are visible. Traveling from Guwahati to Murakshalel, the next journey is done by bus, jeep and taxi.


Malinithan Arunachal Pradesh

Malinithan Arunachal Pradesh

This place is located in the town of Sakhabali in western Siang district, the main languages ​​spoken here are Hindi and Assamese. The road can be reached by bus or car by stone carving. The ruins of the temple built in the 14th-15th century located here are the main centers of tourist attraction. The idols of Indra, Eravat, Sun Devi, Nandi Bull are particularly notable in these ruins. 5 km from here At the distance of the holy Akashi Ganga water, tourists / devotees wash their sins by bathing. The Taj Mahal is 800 years old here. The attraction of this place is also that the newly married Krishna and Rukmini were blessed with the blessings of this Goddess Mother in the form of a garland. Itanagar can be reached by the Malinnath bus.

Vijay Nagar Arunachal Pradesh


In the 17th century, many Buddhist followers of Buddhism came here and they established Buddhism and Buddhist monastery here. Chandrabahadur Jamai discovered this place in 1969 AD. Khenda is available for the convenience of Vijaynagar.


Parshuram Kund Arunachal Pradesh


This is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage. Legend says that Indra made a victim of his cockroach to Mahadejati Muni Jamdagni’s Ardhagini, his son Bhargava separated his mother’s body from the torso as a punishment set by the father, and to be free from the heinous sin of the clan Bath in the pool Maghi purnima is bathed here and destroys its sins.

Tourist Visitors can reach Parsuram Kund by bus from Tinsukhia. By the way, from the new Bongai village, Teju can be reached by jeep and on foot, Parshuram Kund can be reached.

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