About Arunachal Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh is a state located in the northeastern part of India. Known for its pristine beauty and lush green forests, the state is also known as the ‘land of the rising sun’. A large populous state of India, Arunachal Pradesh is bounded by Assam in the south, Bhutan in the west, in the north and by China in the north-east and Myanmar in the east (formerly known as Burma). It covers an area of 83,743 sq km.
Most of Arunachal Pradesh is hilly. Its terrain has lofty, randomly aligned ridges that separate deep valleys and extend to the peaks of the Great Himalayas.
The main rivers of Arunachal Pradesh are the Brahmaputra, also known as the Siang and its tributaries, Tirap, Lohit (Zayu Qu), Subansiri and Bharali. The climate of the foothills is subtropical; In the mountains, the temperature decreases rapidly with altitude. The average rainfall in the year is between 2000 and 4000 mm (80 and 160).
Arunachal Pradesh has a single-chamber Legislative Assembly, which has 60 seats. The state sends three members to Parliament. It sends one to the Rajya Sabha (upper house) and two to the Lok Sabha (lower house). The state is divided into 20 districts.
|Facts on Arunachal Pradesh|
|Date of Formation||February 20, 1987|
|Area||83,743 km sq|
|Females Population (2011)||6,69,815|
|No. of District||20|
|Males Population (2011)||7,13,912|
|Forests & National Park||Namdapha NP, Mouling NP|
|Languages||Monpa, Miji, Aka, Sherdukpen, Apatani, Adi, Hill Miri|
|Rivers||Siang and its Tribhutaries: Lohit, Dikrong, Dibang, Kameg, Subansiri, Tirap, Dihing, Kamlang are flow through Bharamaputra River.|
|Neighbours State||Asom (assam) and Nagaland|
|State Bird||Great Hornbill|
|Net State Domestic Product (2011)||55,789|
|Females per 1000 males||920|
|Literacy Rate (2011)||66.95%|