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StateArunachal Pradesh
Capital Itanagar
AreaArea: 83,743 sq km
Date of Formation Date of Formation: 20 Feb 1987, State: 20 Jan 1972 Union territory created from part of Asom Till 1972, it was known as North East Frontier Agency (NEFA).
NeighboursNeighbouring States: Asom, Nagaland.
Countries border Countries: Bhutan, Myanmar, China.
PopulationPopulation: 1,382,611 Males: 720,232, Females: 662,379, Literacy: 789,943, Males: 454, 532 Females: 335,411 (t66.95% m 73.69% f59.57% ), Sex ration: 920, Density: 17, Decadal growth: 25.92%.
No of DistrictsNo of Districts:16, Villages: 3,863, Towns: 17
Legislative bodiesLegislative Bodie: State Legislature­ Unicameral, Assembly Seats: 60 (59 reserved for ST), Parliament: Lok Sabha Seats: 2, Rajya Sabha Seats:1
Main political partiesMain Political Parties: Indian National Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party, Nationalist Congress Party, Arunachal Congress.
High CourtSeat of High Court: Guwahati.
LanguagesChief Languages: Arunachal Pradesh communities over 50 distinct dialects, mostly of the Sino­ Tibetan language family Monpa, Miji Aka, Sherdukpen, Nyishi, Apatani: Tagin, Hill Miri, Adi, Digaru Mismi, ldu­ Mishmi, Khamti, Mijiu­ Mishmi, Nocte, Tangsa, Wancho
ReligionsMajor Religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity.
Main townsMain Towns: Seppa, ltanagar, Dapoorijo, Along, Pasighat, Tezu, Naharlagun, Khonsa, Yingkiong, Anini, Walong, Tawang, Bomdila, Ziro.
GeographyGeography:Arunachal Pradesh General Knowledge PDF Download Free

  • (a) Rivers: Sirang (name of Brahmaputra), its tributaries­ Lohit, Subansiri, Dibang, Kameg, Dikrong River (famous for water sports).
  • (b) Mountains: Greater Himalaya, Lesser Himalaya, Assom Shiwalik: Dafla Hills, Miri Hills, Mishmi Hills Abor Hills Peaks: Shallum­ 4336, Ddaphabum­ 4578.
  • (c) Pass Bum La, Tse La, Tunga, Yonggyap Diphu, Kumjawng, Hpungan, Chaukan, Pangasau.
  • (d) Forest: 60 % of the state.
  • (e) Wildlife: Namdapha NP, Monling NP, The state’s population is made up of over 26 different tribes and many more sub­tribes.
Economy , Mineral resourcesEconomy:

  • (a) Minerals: Coal (Namchik­ Namphuk coal fields), dolomite, marble, lead, Zinc, graphite.
  • (b) industries: sawmills, plywood (these two trades however have been stopped by law), rice mills, fruit preservation units, handloom and handicrafts.
  • (c) Agricultural Products: Among the crops grown here are wheat, rice, pulses sugarcane, maize millet, oilseeds and ginger, state of Arunachal padesh is also ideal for horticulture and fruit orchards (Agriculture is the primary driver of the economy. Jhum or shifting cultivation, is widely practiced among the tribal groups) Cash crop like potatoes and hoeticulture crops like apple, oranges and pineapples are getting good promotion.
Transport & Communications:Transport & Communications:

  • (a) Main Railway Stations: Bhalukpong
  • (b) Airports: ltanagar, Daparjio. Ziro, Along, Tezu, Pashigat
ShoppingShopping:

  • Bags, Sherdukpan shawls, Handicrafts, jackets are very popular.
CultureCulture:

  • (a) Dances: Hiiri khaning, Popir, Cham, Aji Lama. War dance:
  • (b) Festivals, Mopin, Solung, Lossar, Booriboot, Sherdukpen, Si­Donyi, Nyokum, Dree, Reh, Chaloloku.
TourismThe state provides abundant scope for angling, boating, rafting, trekking and hiking. Rafting and trekking are common activities. Some suggested routes for travel or trekking are

  • Tezpur–Tipi–Bomdila-Tawang-se la pass
  • Tinsukia–Tezu-Parasuramkund
  • Margherita–Miao-Namdapha
  • Itanagar–Ziro-Daporijo–Along (or Aalo)-pandighat.
  • Aalo – Yomcha (52 km)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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