|The splendid terrain, unveils the shroud from the clandestine world of the terrific and innocuous tribe residing in this incredible valley. Prior to this, the complex cultures and treasured traditions of the district were alien to the external world. But through these pages, the tribe of this contemporary county had been able to reveal their amazing ancient heritage to the world. As harboring the capital of the state, and is most developed in term of infrastructure, road and communication. Being the home to state capital the district glorifies the various features of tribal life and culture of different tribes.
The throng of beautiful damsels in glistening Gale, the male wearing colorful Galuk, customary headgear adoring the beak and feathers of hornbill and traditional swords dangling on the waist simply hypnotizes on the street of the capital HQ.
PAPUMPARE was born on 22nd September 1992 with a population of 12’1750 inhabiting in an area of 2’875 Sq. Km shares its border with Kurung Kumey on the north, Assam on the South, Lower Subansiri on the East and East Kameng on the West. It derived the status of a district on 22nd September 1992 which includes the state capital Itanagar. The capital Itanagar derived its name from the famed fort called Itafort built in 1369 AD by Ahoms is a historical fort of an asymmetrical shape fabricated mainly with bricks.
The dominating tribes are the Nyishi, Apatani, and Adi. The co-existence of mixed cultures and tradition of many tribes in this district makes it an ideal place for tourist to visit as they can experience the magic of disparate tribal ethnicity under one roof.
Papumpare district treasures the works maps of fine art, highlighting the indigenous inhabitants, types of house, colorful festivals, magnificent dances, significant archeological spots and many others.