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Sunday, August 11, 2019

Pasighat, Arunach Pradesh, India a told untold tale



       No matter where you are from once you enter this part of the world far from the madding crowd to the far eastern corner of India, this state awaits to unfold some unforgettable moments bejeweled of simplicity and serenity upon you. The lanky battle nut trees, the line like rivers and the lush greenery, lucid clear water streams and that wide-open aqua sky and those charming faces of tribal women carrying a basket on her back are a familiar scene in the state of Arunachal, the state of the rising sun. The home of more than 20  vivid tribes undulated and relatively unexplored.


        That is the little introduction of the state Arunachal and the neighboring state to my home state Assam. And the placid city Pasighat is Arunachal's one the cherished possession. Less than 100 miles away from tea city Dibrugarh, Assam.  Pasighat is your perfectly delightful destination and escapes from the conundrum of the city life.



      A year back Pasighat was as not as easily accessible but after the inauguration of the Bogibill bridge, Pasighat is easily accessible via Bus or car from Dibrugarh, Assam and is the most popular and easy route.



           Even though it is in India Arunachal has its own set of rules and entering here you will need an inner permit, which is available at the border crossing.

      The beauty of Pasighat is its unhurried pace amidst of nature's own set.  The land wrapped by flamboyant Siang river that graciously trickles down from Tibet, the triumph of the city. The Siang exuberants undeniable and relentless charm to this quaint city. Pasighat in knitted with hanging bridges and sweet little tribal villages, winding roads, green hills, waterfalls, and clear water streams. After a month of coming back, it's clear and crisp on mind-heart a place we often search to unwind and unleash our body and soul. Will promise you to write about where to stay in Pasighat and more about surrounding places in my next visit which I regret not staying over.

9 comments:

  1. What a lovely area. I always enjoy being by the water. I will have to get here one day.

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  2. I'm glad that you enjoyed your stay! Looks like a lovely place. I'd love to stay in Pasighat. Thank you for sharing!

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  3. Wow this is a really lovely area! So glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay. I would love to visit one day!

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  4. What a beautiful place to visit. I love natural places and I love all of the flowing waters.

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  5. The landscape and the water are beautiful. My kind of hiking places. India really is a bautiful place.

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  6. So much beauty in one place. I love the lush, green landscape and how quiet and serene everything looks.

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  7. It's a beautiful place to visit.Everything surrounded with natural beauty.I am sure you have lot of memories from this place.

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  8. I love that in little time you can go from city to somewhere that you can get in touch with nature, culture and a less advanced way of life.

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  9. This looks like such a tranquil place to visit. There is something special about being by the water. Vicky

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