The gorgeous geography flummoxes the mind's eye, glorify the congenial revelation. The pea green mountains possess the enigma of long-gone epoch, the flexuous highway intensify the exhilaration; endow a fresh trait to enjoyment and exploration. The evergreen forest echoes the howling of mischievous monkeys, the petite and elegant butterflies daub the ambiance with kaleidoscopes of lively colors. The joyful journey entrances the roving mindset and succors the itinerant soul. As the cheery cruise intensify into the cloaked county of the many incredible tribes, namely Tagin migrated from Penji, a village in Tibet, Adi, Hill Miri, and Nah the minority tribe inhabits in just five villages, the elation elevates and the enthusiasm heaves to new echelon. The exploration extends the fascination. Life pauses to rejoice those amazing things god has endowed on this secluded sector.
UPPER SUBANSIRI at an altitude of 500 m, Longitude 93°13’E - 94°36’E Latitude 27°40’N - 28°42’N covering an area of 7’032 Sq. Kmwith a population of54’995 is bounded by china on the north, West Siang district on the East and Kurung Kumey district on the West. It is situated on the right bank of River Subansiri that originates from Tibet and enters the frontier of Upper Subansiri Dist at Longju and merges with the mighty Brahmaputra at Lakhimpur dist in Assam. The main tributaries are Kamala, Khuru, Sipi, Plai, Panior, Pama, Popum, and Par. It is a beautiful valley with striking caves located nearby. Si-Donyi is the main festival of the district and Si-Ome is a popular folk dance staged by the Tagin during this festival.