Arunachal Pradesh is an Indian state holding an important north-eastern position among alternate states in the north-east area of India. Arunachal Pradesh fringes the conditions of Assam and Nagaland toward the south, and shares universal borders with Bhutan in the west, Myanmar in the east and China in the north. Itanagar is the capital of the state.
Arunachal Pradesh, which means "place where there is the first light lit mountains", is otherwise called the Orchid State of India or the Paradise of the Botanists. Geologically, it is the biggest among the North-east Indian states. As in different parts of Northeast India, the general population local to the state follow their beginnings from the Tibeto-Burman individuals.
Arunachal Pradesh discovers its notice in the writing of Kalika Purana and the colossal Hindu Epic Mahabharata. It is accepted to be the Prabhu Mountains of the Puranas. As per a Hindu fanciful legend, Arunachal Pradesh was the spot where sage Parshuram washed away his transgression, sage Vyasa reflected, King Bhishmaka established his kingdom and Lord Krishna wedded his consort Rukmini. Ruled by numerous intense lines and kingdoms, Arunachal Pradesh India is dabbed with incalculable authentic landmarks and archeological remains, which bear affirmation to its rich social legacy.
The wide assortment of altitudinal and climatic conditions have offered ascend to various woodland sorts which make relating common safe house, sustenance and so forth to assortments of wildlife.It is maybe the main state which harbors four noteworthy felines i.e. tiger, panther, blurred panther and snow panther furthermore uncommon lesser cat species like the Golden feline and marbled feline. Seven types of primates i.e. hoolock gibbon, moderate loris, Assemese macaque, stumptailed macaque and topped langur have been accounted for from Arunachal Pradesh.
All the three goat pronghorns happening in India i.e. serow, goral and takin happen in Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal Pradesh is the main spot in India where takin is found. Very imperiled species like hispid rabbit have been accounted for from the low latitudinal verdant ranges of Arunachal Pradesh. Among the extensive vertebrates mittan, which is a cross between the wild gaur and household cows, bison and elephant are found in the fields and bordering slopes.
The other high height creatures incorporate musk deer, bharal, Himalayan mountain bear, red panda and so on. The musk deer happens at high heights all through the state, while the bharal has been accounted for happening in the western part of the state. Among the lesser warm blooded creatures huge number of rodents (squirrels, porcupine and rats), civet, mongoose, linsang, vixen and bat species happen here.
More than 500 fowl species have been recorded in Arunachal Pradesh, a hefty portion of which are exceptionally jeopardized and limited to this state e.g. White winged duck, sclater monal, temminck's tragopan, Bengal florican. This is the wealthiest state in birds with somewhere in the range of 10 species involving diverse levels from fields to snow clad mountains.
ALL ABOUT THE SEASON
Breezy Season : May – September (around 2,000 to 4,000 mm) Summer: March - May, most extreme temperature recorded in the foothills: 40ºC; Winters: 15ºC to 21ºC. The territories sited at high height turn out to be enormously chilly amid winters.
The best time to Visit: Between October-March.
To Reach The Heavenly Spot:
Via Air: The closest airplane terminal is Lilabari (North Lakhimpur) Tezpur Airport in Assam, which is associated with Kolkata. Few minimal effort aircrafts and full administration bearers work consistent flights to these air terminals from every single prime citie of India.
Through Rail: The closest railroad station is Harmuty, which is just 33 km from Itanagar. North Lakhimpur in Assam is the most advantageous railhead.
By Road: At a separation of 10 km from Itanagar is the Naharlagun transport station. The incredible system of streets connections Naharlagun with other critical spots like Shillong, Guwahati, Ziro, North Lakhimpur and Bomdila.