Arunachal Pradesh: "Unexplored Paradise of India"

Authors : Anshul Kumar; Pardeep Kumar Jain; Dr. Mandeep Ghai

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 8 - August

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"The Land of Rising Sun" of India and "Land of the Dawn lit mountains" is what Arunachal Pradesh is called. One of India's most isolated, culturally varied, Arunachal Pradesh is located in the northeastern part of India. Visitors are drawn in by the area's captivating natural beauty, tribal culture, and wildlife. The cultural and social communities consist of 26 tribes and approximately 120 sub-tribes, each with a distinct culture and traditions. Being a distinctive tribal culture, Arunachal is the destination of fairs and festivals, which are an essential component of the local culture. They celebrate all festivals with folk dances and songs along with traditional foods, and indigenous games. The state is having vivid wildlife and unique flora. The potential for the development of tourism in Arunachal Pradesh is massive due to its natural resources and cultural heritage, and it is crucial to look into the very traditional nature of simplicity in the current development scenario. This study will highlight the tourism resources and SWOT analysis of the state's tourism with some recommendations for tourism development

Keywords : Tribes, Culture, Tourism, Fairs festivals.


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