Harunachal Pradesh (Arunachal Pradesh)
Harunachal Pradesh (Arunachal Pradesh) – State in Northeast India. Population of 1.091 million. Man (2001). Capital and the largest city – ITANAGAR.
The region is the subject of territorial disputes between India and China. The entry of foreigners in this region is strictly regulated.
Harunal Pradesh is very picturesque and famous for its mountains, valleys and lakes. This mysterious staff is also called mysterious, mystical and charming. Here the topography is dramatically changing with each kilometer traveled. In the north, it is surrounded by snow-covered mountain peaks, the height of which varies from 1829 meters to 6400 meters, and in the south of the state extend the plains of the Branch of the Brahmaputra River. His extraordinary green forests, deep river valleys and amazingly beautiful plateau just fascia. Almost 60% of the state area is covered with forests.
The staff will boast of a whole nearby of interest to tourists. His capital Itanakar has its rich history. Fort Ita was built in the XIV century by the King of Mayapur Ramchadra, around him and the city was formed. The unique attraid is Mallini Thhan, tracing its history to the X and XII centuries. There is an ancient temple containing idols of gods and goddesses of Hindu Pantheon.