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The turbulent rivulets composes the soulful music’s, the vibrant birds hums the melodies and the elegant butterflies dances to the tunes through the moors.
This undiscovered, unfamiliar beautiful mountainous tract is waiting to be explored and admired.
The perfect atmosphere of the region allures the perplexed soul and the tribal communities’ rustic way of life amazes the conscience. The ageless mountain treasures the age-old mysteries and transports the sub conscious mind to cosmic world. The inhalation of unsullied air, the aromatic fragrances of fresh wood and the glimpse of rare orchids mesmerizes, stimulate the tepid strength, refreshing and relaxing the weary ambler. The turbulent rivulets composes the soulful music’s, the vibrant birds hums the melodies and the elegant butterflies dances to the tunes through the moors. This isolated but emerald wood offers some of the best trekking circuits in the country.

EAST KAMENG originated on 1st June 1980 at the height of 362 m, Longitude| 92°36’E - 93°24’E Latitude |26°56’N - 27°59’N, bordering an area of 4’134 Sq. Km with a population of 57’179 is situated in the western part of the state which lies exactly to the East of West Kameng district. It resides 384 Km away from the state capital and life moves at leisure pace in this marvelous district confined by emerald foliages.

The major Tribes of the districts are Nyishi (Bangnis) migrated from Tang Sampo valley in Tibet and call this place as Miido-Supung, Aka’s reveals that king Bhaluka, grandson of king Bana who was defeated by lord Krishna at Tezpur (Assam) was their ancestors, Miji call themselves Dammai, and Puroiks (Sulung) migrated  with the Khowas at the present Tenga valley.
 
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