Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh is made up of “Ita” or Bricks. The scenic beauty it offers, the freshest air and the choice of indulging this city offers is unmatched. Visiting each spot is on else you will not be able to justify your trip.
The nearest airport is Lilabari, 63 kilometers away. Taxis are available for further journey.
The nearest railhead is at Harmuty in Assam, 33 kilometers away. Further, you need to travel to Kamakhya Railway Station in Guwahati for further connections to main cities.
Itanagar is well connected to the national roads network.
Recommend months are from October to March though Itanagar can be visited throughout the year. The period between April to September are mostly humid and uncomfortable and best be avoided.
At just 440 meters the height is not much and overall the town is well behaved.
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This festival is celebrated across different casts, creeds, sects; where people come together and worship all the Gods and Goddesses, with Nyokum as the principal deity. This prayer is done to please Gods so that next harvesting year is also full of grains. Every year it is celebrated in the month of February
Dree festival is celebrated by Apatani people by sacrificing fowls, eggs and animal to Sun and Moon Gods. It is celebrated so that the Gods do not get angry and help the Apatanis in agricultural production. Apatanis have found brilliant rice cultivation without scientific aids for which they believe that the Sun and Moon Gods have helped them and hence the celebration and prayer. Every year it is celebrated in the month of July from 4th-7th July
Apart from the BB Plaza mall, there are various small road side markets and local markets which are famous for the handicrafts and Thangkas, the Tibetan Paintings.
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