The pink wildflower, ‘Foxtail Orchid’ is the symbol of love, merriment, and beauty and is correctly chosen as the state flower of Arunachal Pradesh which perfectly acts as an epitome of its scenic beauty, thriving nature, and vibrant locations. The name of the state is etymology at its most apt and as well the prettiest as the term ‘Arunachal Pradesh’ stands for the ‘land of dawn-lit mountains’. The picture which strikes the mind on hearing the phrase, ‘dawn-lit mountains’ is exactly what you behold in this place. Sharing borders with three countries, situated on the northern edge of the country, it is one of the ‘seven sister states of India.
Flora and Fauna :
The fauna and flora flourish in the state, quintessentially as Mother Nature has blessed it with a paragon of biodiversity and a large cover of rainforests. Not only nature but the state also features linguistic richness as it is home to 30 languages. Various cultures living here celebrate the varied heritage of the state.
Daying Ering wildlife sanctuary, over a cluster of river islands, Nandampha National Park, a rainforest reserve and tiger habitat, Sonai Rupai Wildlife Sanctuary home to elephants and bison allows you to explore nature most vividly. Even endangered species as Snow leopard, Red Panda, Himalayan bear, and Himalayan Red Fox can be found in Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh. You may also go for adventure sports like rowing in Lake Sally famous for its beauty.
A Vivid Attraction for Tourists :
On the lower side of River Lohit, Parshuram Kund located on the Brahmaputra Plateau is an aesthetic, religious place of Hinduism. To witness the love and culture passing the boundaries, behold the ‘Winter Festival’ at the Pangau Pass.
The celebration of the cultures of the tribes living across the Pangau Pass may be seen immersed in ethnic cultures, cuisines, dances, music, tribal dresses, and ways marks for amazing fun round the corner for visitors.