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Explore Arunachal Pradesh to Explore your Soul

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Explore Arunachal Pradesh if you want to explore yourself. Tucked away in the far North East India, bordering Tibet, Bhutan and Myanmar is the Arunachal Pradesh.

It is the largest state in the northeastern region of India. Although the Chinese government is claiming it to be in their territory, Arunachal Pradesh is India’s emerging travel destination. Itanagar is a beautiful capital city of Arunachal Pradesh. The land is unexplored and unexploited by the outside world, which is why it is famous for its diverse fauna and flora.

With more than 60 percent of the state covered with evergreen forests, the greenery is punctuated by rivers, streams and the snow-clad Himalayas.

When your mind is heavy and crave for something which is hard to obtain, Tawang Monastery is perfect to open out your soul and talk with the clouds.

Arunachal Pradesh is a tourist’s paradise! One attraction is the tribal culture of the many ethnic groups. Most of them are Buddhists and Tawang Monastery is one of the most important religious institutes of the faith. There are other groups who worship their ancestors in the form of Sun and Moon God, “Donyi Polo” and “Abo Tani”.

The state is flourish with an incredible variety of flora and fauna, with over 500 varieties of orchids, including “Sita Pushpa” and “Draupadi Pushpa”, belived to have been worn as adornments by Sita and Draupadi in Hindu mythologies, “the Ramayana” and “the Mahabharata” respectively.

Ziro is a tumble-down city surrounded by tribal villages of Dilbo, Bulla, Hari, Hija and Hong. It is regarded as the most beautiful hill stations in the state with lofty mountains and beautiful valleys.

Nyokum and Dree festivals are important fairs in Arunachal Pradesh which displays the vivid colour of the region. During such festivals, the people performs a variety of community dances, where they wear a regalia of different materials, colours and shapes to suit the dance form.

Explore Arunachal Pradesh if you want to see the four wildlife sanctuaries at Namdapha National Park. Mongling Reserve Forest in East Siang district is also a national park. You will see animals like wild mithuns, white bowed gibbons, red pandas and musk deer in these sanctuaries. Birds like Indian hornbill and white-winged wood duck are viewers’ attractions.

Let us not forget to reach Menchukha, traveler’s dream destination of Arunachal Pradesh.

Explore Arunachal Pradesh is best during mid July to mid December and mid March to mid June. The nearest airports are Tezpur and Lilabari and the nearest railway stations are Lakhimpur and Harmutty. You can stay in Hotel Pybss which is cheap and comfortable at Rs 3500 per night.

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