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Nyishi

The Nyishi community is the largest ethnic group in Arunachal Pradesh. In Nyishi, their traditional language, Nyi refers to "a human" and the word shi denotes "a being", which combined refers to a human being. They are spread across eight districts of Arunachal...

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Galo

The Galo are descendants of Abotani and speak the Tani Galo language. They are also known as Duba, Doba, Dobah Abors, Galloing Abors, and Galong. The Galo population is estimated to be more than 79,000 (2011 census).  Contents — History Language Culture Society...

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Sajolang (Miji)

The Miji, also known by the names of Sajolang and Damai, inhabit the districts of West Kameng, East Kameng, and a minuscule region of Kurung Kumey in Arunachal Pradesh, India. Their population of 37,000 are found near the lower parts of the sub-Himalayan hills...

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Bugun

The Buguns (formerly Khowa) are one of the earliest recognized schedule tribe of India, majority of them, inhabiting the Singchung Sub-Division of West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. The notable features of Buguns are reflected in their simple life and warm...

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Sherdukpen

Shertukpen demographic - representational The Shertukpen are an ethnic group of Arunachal Pradesh state of India. Their population of 9,663 is centered in West Kameng in the villages of Rupa, Jigaon, Thongri, Shergaon, in Bomdila. Of late, some of them have settled in...

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Monpa

The Monpa or Mönpa (Tibetan: མོན་པ་) is a major tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Monpas are the inhabitants of the high altitude Tawang district and the mountain passes of Bomdila in West Kameng district. Historically, the Tibetan word Monpa referred to all the indigenous...

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Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary

Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the South-Eastern part of Lohit district and south of Anjaw district of Arunachal Pradesh. The name comes from the river Kamlang, which flows through the Sanctuary and joins the Brahmaputra. It is the 50th Tiger reserve in...

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