Arunachal Pradesh

January 27, 2016

Arunachal Pradesh,which literally means The Land of dawn-lit mountains,is one of India's precious treasures that most of the people are not aware of. Whenever we plan a trip to the mountains the first thing that comes to our mind is northern parts of India. We completely ignore the north east part of the country. I guess that only makes the land more mysterious and fascinating giving you the best reason to visit Arunachal. If you are a hardcore adventurer or an ardent nature lover,then the un-explored wildness of Arunachal is definitely the perfect escapade for you.


In this post I am going to tell you a little about how beautiful the place is and share a lot of pictures for you to believe it. :D

1. Bhalukpong:
Historical place which will take you back to the Mahabharata days. Named after the king Bhaluka. The river Kemang flows through this place.



2. Bomdila:
Located at a height of 8500 feet, Bomdila offers you a picturesque view of the snow capped Himalayas.



There is this Sessa Orchid sanctuary which you can visit on your way.



3. Dirang:
This beautiful valley offers a number of hot springs. 

4. Sela pass:
World's second highest motorable pass at a height of 13700 feet. It is on you wau from Dirang to Tawang. A little below the Sela pass,there is a war memorial dedicated to the brave soldier Jaswant Singh who singlehandedly fought against the Chinese military attack.




5. Tawang:
This is the most famous tourist destination of Arunachal Pradesh with beautiful mountains,lakes and waterfalls.
Tawang is the birth place of 6th Dalai Lama and the Tawang monastery is a must visit.




6. Bum La pass:
A 37 km drive from Tawang, Bum la pass is the last Indian army post of Indo-China border. It is not visited by too many people but you will be awestruck with the beauty if the place.

7. Tso lake:
Also called Madhuri lake after the famous bollywood actress, is a breathtakingly beautiful lake on the way from Tawang to Bum la pass. You just can't miss this place if you are ever visiting Arunachal.

Okay now a photo gallery (because I am out of caption but these pictures are too beautiful to keep it just to myself:D )







   And finally a pic of me. :D

So could I inspire anyone to visit the North east India? 
Do let me know. :)































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