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This flawless province has accomplished greater echelon in enhancing indigenous art and crafts and transmogrified into a center of tourist delights as it accommodate the exquisite ethnic handlooms and handicraft.
The secluded montage territory is as beautiful and bio-diverse as the other well known places of Arunachal Pradesh. An altitude of 1278 m, ravishing rivulets twisted like the curves of beautiful belle, exotic flowers, wild orchids, curative herbs and shrubs are the essential elements that constitute the vibrant diversity of this grandiose valley.

TIRAP the mountainous precinct enveloping an area of 2’362 sq km is the abodes of professional tribal weavers and craftsmen’s, dexterous in the arts of woodcarving, bamboo and cane works. This flawless province has accomplished greater echelon in enhancing indigenous art and crafts and transmogrified into a center of tourist delights as it accommodate the exquisite ethnic handlooms and handicraft.

It is one of the oldest districts located on the eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh bordered by the states of Nagaland and Assam and shares International Border with Myanmar. The South Western part is inhabited by the Wancho tribes who professes Animism migrated from Nyannu; somewhere south-west beyond the Patkai and the Central part is dominated by the Nocte tribes influenced by Vaishnavism assumes they transmigrated from Makum in Myanmar. The traditional house of Noctes & Wancho is a revelation of tribal supremacy and grandeur, adorning both human and animals skulls on the porch. They are known for their tattooed faces, blackened teeth and headhunting prowess, the previous fortunately being in the past. They also make elegant necklaces of colorful beads; the intricate designs and quantum of the necklaces specify the socio-economic status of the person wearing it. The indigenous headgears, strings of precious beads on the neck, ears and elephant tusk on the arms are significant jewelries of the male fraternity. These are hardy communities recognized for their strictly structured village society in which the hereditary village chief still plays a pivotal role.

Tissing River flows from South to North direction between Niausa and Pumao villages. The tributaries are Tichaw, Tichat, & Tissa
 
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