Discover The Historical Sites In Arunachal Pradesh!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

The Golden Pagoda building has a big hall for worship, a beautiful hall for meditation, a library, a guest house, and a monastery.

The Golden Pagoda


In Itanagar, the Gompa Buddhist temple is a well-known place. One can worship there, learn about Buddha and his lessons, and meditate there.

Gompa Temple


This monastery is the second largest and oldest in Asia. It is called the Tawang Ganden Namgyal Lhatse.

Tawang Buddhist Monastery


The Jaswant Garh War Memorial in the Nuranang area of Arunachal Pradesh is an important war memorial that everyone should see.

Jaswant Garh War Memorial


The Jawahar Lal Nehru State Museum, which opened in 1980, is a famous place to visit in Itanagar. It shows how Arunachal Pradesh's tribal people live.

Jawaharlal Nehru Museum


The Ita Fort was excavated in 1977, and it is thought to have been built between 1350 and 1450 AD, when Muslims invaded Assam.

Ita Fort


You can learn about Khonsa's history and way of life at the Khonsa Museum. Traditional artifacts show how tribes used to live.

Khonsa Museum, Tirap


The buried cemetery on Stilwell Road is 6 km from Jairampur town, 39 km from Ledo, and 24 km before Pangsau Pass, India-Myanmar border.

World War II Cemetery, Changlang


The Bomdila Monastery, founded in 1965, is a symbol of Buddhism's underlying spirituality.

Bomdila Monastery


The Pangsau Pass is one of the most convenient ways for Indian citizens to cross the border into the Union of the Republic of Myanmar.

Pangsau Pass