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Itanagar Tourism and City Attractions

Capital City Itanagar
Capital City Itanagar
Itanagar, the capital city of India's largest northeastern state Arunachal Pradesh is also known as the 'the Land of the Dawn Lit Mountains'. Itanagar is named after the famed 'Ita' fort, which dates back to the 14th century. Nestled on the foot hills of the Great Himalayas, Itanagar is blessed with beautiful blooming surroundings, excellent year-round climate, lovely and lively atmosphere and quite a number of tourist attractions. This ancient city is inhabited with tribes like Monpas, Nyishis, Adis, Galos, Apatanis and the Miri's.

Itanagar Culture

People of Itanagar are largely Buddhist, who are either warriors, scholars or just cultivators. Dressed in ceremonial robes the people of Itanagar celebrate each occasion, fair or festivals with enthusiasm and participation. Itanagar is surrounded by legendary temples that celebrate numerous fairs and festivals like Buddhist festivals, festivals of Monpas and other Hindu rituals which are usually celebrated with lot of pomp and show.

Itanagar Tourism and Adventure Sports

For tourism point of view, Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh provides immense satisfaction to the tourists offering pleasurable vacation spots like Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Temples, Churches and ruins of palaces and forts and other such monuments boast of the glorious past of the city to the visitors from all around. Surrounded with lavish greenery this town has some of the most popular tourist spots like the worldwide famous Buddhist temples, Gyakar Sinyi Lake, the State Museum, Polo Park and Ita Fort of Itanagar. Itanagar also offers tourists some of the most thrilling adventurous activities like trekking, hiking, angling, rafting and rock climbing.
The delightful effect of Buddha is observable on every portion and region of Itanagar and whole Arunachal Pradesh. One of the famous pilgrimage spots at Itanagar is the Buddha temple, which was blessed by His Highness the Dalai Lama, in Buddha Vihar. This mesmerizing Buddha Temple of Itanagar is located within the peaceful atmosphere amongst the magnificent hills. Tourist visiting this amazing Buddha temple will surely experience the essence of teachings of Buddha in the everyday life of the people and monks of Itanagar Temple.

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Buddhist Shrine, Itanagar
The capital city of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar has derived its name from the famous Ita Fort. The Ita fort of Itanagar is of ample historical importance and is located at the heart of the capital city in Papum Pare district of Itanagar. This historical monument the Ita Fort of Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh was established by the rulers of the Ahom dynasty, somewhere between 14th and 15th century. The excavated ruins of this historical fort are one of the major tourist attractions in Itanagar and being imposing it was highly irregular in shape.

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Ita Fort of Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh