Discover Arunachal Pradesh

Located about 25 kilometers from Tawang near the Indo-Tibetan border, Gomkhang village is home to Tsering Topgey and his unique organic nursery. The 68-year-old dedicates himself full-time to cultivating wild medicinal...

In the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, surrounded by the sun, clouds and earth, there is a sense of calm; calm that the eyes can see, the body can feel and...

The craft of cheesemaking came to Arunachal Pradesh together with Tibetan Buddhist culture over 2000 years ago. Nomadic herdsmen once stored milk in animal skin bags where it was allowed to...

In Arunachal Pradesh, there is a strong connection between people, the land and the bounty it provides. In the absence of wide scale commercial farming and supermarkets, it is common to...

The Siang River has its source on the Tibetan plateau and enters Arunachal Pradesh in Upper Siang District. Its valleys and tributaries are home to the inventive Adi tribe whose villages...

This majestic view, captured on the road to Tawang just after crossing Sela Pass, filled me with longing for mountains I had not yet seen. The same zephyr in the sky...

This iron chain suspension bridge or Chag-Zam is estimated to be almost 600 years old. Spanning more than 100 meters across the Tawang River, it represents a rare and remarkable architectural...

We could hear the waterfall through the trees well before it came into view. A stairwell led us downward, our anticipation growing in unison with the rumbling that neared. We left...

On the road which winds its way upward from Sissa village, a waterfall suddenly emerges from a narrow opening in the ravine looming to the left. The lucent stream flows like...

Cross the Brahmaputra River which separates Assam from Arunachal Pradesh and get ready to experience biodiversity on a scale seldom seen before. The road from Bhalukpong to Tawang starts at a...