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Arunachal Pradesh


Arunachal Pradesh became a Union Territory in 1972 and then, a full-fledged state in February 1987.

SIGHTS AND SOUNDS:
Arunachal Pradesh is one of our greenest states with a large part of it covered with forests. You'll see only forest-based businesses here like timber yards and saw mills, no large manufacturing industry.
Nearly 80 per cent of the population is engaged in agriculture. The main crop is rice. Maize, millet and pulses are some of the other crops grown in Arunachal Pradesh.
You could walk miles without seeing anyone. Population density is the lowest in Arunachal Pradesh with only about 10 people per square kilometre. (In comparison, Haryana has a population density of 369; Punjab 401; Bihar 497).
As Arunachal Pradesh is a strategically important border state with Bhutan, China and Myanmar as neighbours foreign tourists have restricted access. However the government is trying to promote eco-friendly tourism in some parts of the state.
PLACES TO VISIT :
The 400-year-old Tawang Gompa, India's largest Buddhist monastery.
Namdapha National Park.
The holy Parasuram Kund, a lake near Tezu in Lohit district. A place of pilgrimage for Hindus who bathe here on Makar Sankanti.


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