|The vagabond clouds flirts with the blue rich mountain, cuddles the supercilious peak, the opaque fogs adumbrate the winding tracks; the frigid zephyr strokes the bare face, rejuvenate the frazzled psyche and when the wandering ceases, the awe emotions relish the priceless moments for being in this spectacular hilly territory called Dibang Valley. Everything turns to be mysterious and majestic in this secluded land of rare Kasturi.
DIBANG VALLEY bifurcated from Lohit district on 1st June 1980 was named after the Dibang River that originated in this majestic valley, situated at an altitude of 1968 m spread over and area of 13,029 sq km is bordered by China on the North as well as in the East, Lower Dibang valley on the South and Upper Siang on the West is an undulating topography along the Dibang basin covered with evergreen pine forest. Mother Nature has been generous to hand down copious natural resources to this ravishing terra firma. Though, the ride to Anini, District headquarter, through the tortuous single lane tracks might be a nauseating experience for some but the end of the destination is worth the torturous traveling. In this pinnacle place of Kayela Pass, life moves at snail pace. The contemporary way of life hasn’t been able to alter the traditional outlook of existence. Beside pleasant tribal hospitalities of the Mishmis and Hill Miris, the temperate forest has countless mysteries to share with the nature lovers.
Lower Kamla valley of the district is dominated by the rustic Hill Miris and they still play the traditional game called Mukupitu (Human-see-saw). The beguiling blouse made of crinoline of cane rings is a traditional costume of the tribal women of this colorful tribe.