located in the north-eastern region of India & shares boarder with Indian states such as Assam, and Nagaland. It also shares boarder with Bhutan, Myanmar & China.
as per 2011 census, the population of Arunachal Pradesh is 13,82,611. The state is diverse in the context of ethnic groups and comprised of groups such as Monpa people, Tani People, Tai People, and Naga People.
Kangto is the highest peak in the state with an elevation of 7,060 metres. Major rivers in the state are Kameng, Subansiri, Siang, Dibang, Lohit and Noa Dihing.
Humid Subtropical Climate in the low elevation areas and Subtropical Highland Climate in the high land areas. The climate in Arunachal Pradesh has variation with elevation
Jhum cultivation & Terrace Farming are primarily two forms of farming practices. Major crops are Rice, Maize, Millet, Potato, Ginger and Mustard.
Although, the state is strategically very important, but infrastructure is not developed adequately. It is still largely dependent on central assistance.