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Malinithan

Malinithan is an archaeological and mythological site where ruins of temple of probably medieval India can be found. The place has reference in marriage of Lord Krishna with Rukmini who went on to meet Goddess Parvati to beg her blessings at this location after marriage. As such Malinithan is considered as a sacred place and …

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Akashiganga

To cool down emotionally hurt Lord Shiva, Lord Bishnu with his “Sudarshan Chakra” cut the corpse of Goddesses Parvati into pieces and it is believed that a piece of her body fell at this location making the place sacred. As such, the place is considered as one of the 108 Shakti Sthals in India. There …

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Kane Wildlife Sanctuary

The wildlife sanctuary is located in West Siang district. Like all other Wildlife Sanctuary of Arunachal Pradesh, this is another Wildlife Sanctuary with plethora of species of flora and fauna sprawling over an area of nearly 55 Sq. Km. Kane wild life sanctuary can be visited on the way from Tezpur, in Assam, to Tawang …

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Nampong

Nampong in Arunachal Pradesh is the last town of India on Eastern side before reaching Myanmar and is located on the erstwhile Ledo Road which is now Stilwell Road. It is also envisaged that the Nampong would be the gateway if the Stilwell Road is opened. However, Nampong has been declared as international hub. Trades …

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Stilwell Road

The historic Ledo Road stretching 1726 Km was built during World War II to facilitate China as an alternative road to China as the Burma road was cut by Japanese. Out of the 1726 Km stretch, only 61 Km is in India which can be well seen in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. This famous road …

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World War II Cemetery

Also known as Jairampur Cemetery, World War II Cemetery is located in Jairampur on the bank of the river Namchik of Changlang District of Arunachal Pradesh. The location was discovered in 1997 and can be located along the historical Ledo road (Stillwell Road) leading towards Pangsau Pass via Nampong. This is one of the places …

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Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary or Pakke Tiger Reserve

Declared as Wildlife Sanctuary in 1977, Pakuhi Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the foothills of Eastern Himalayas in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh and was renamed as Pakke Tiger Reserve in 2002. Sprawling over an area of nearly 862 Sq. Km with plethora of species of flora and fauna, the sanctuary houses nearly 600 species …

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Chanda’s Merghar

Located at Chaygaon, at a distance of about 28 Km from Guwahati, are the ruins of a house which is believed to have been built by a merchant Chanda Saudagar, a devotee of Lord Shiva. A mythological story is attached to it. Locals believe that Chand Saudagar was once cursed by Nag Devta (God of …

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Kaziranga National Park

Famous for endangered one horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga National Park houses over two third of world’s population of one horned rhinoceros. The park is also famous owing to the fact that the density of tiger in the park is highest among the protected areas in the world. However, due to thick and tall elephant grass, tigers …

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Bornadi Sanctuary

Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary has been and will be in the list of visitors who are obsessed to have glance of rare species in the world. The 26.22 Sq. Km sanctuary houses rare species like “Hispid Hare” and world’s smallest wild pig “Pigmy Hog” apart from other wild animals. The calm and beautiful river “Bornadi” has …

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