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Rivers of Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh known as the 'Land of the Rising Sun' is situated in the northeastern state of India. This beautiful mountainous state is blessed with natural beauty, lush green forests, rich variety of flora and fauna, breathtaking waterfalls and life-giving rivers of Arunachal Pradesh. The rivers of Arunachal Pradesh constitute an important part of the topography of the state. Arunachal Pradesh rivers are also economically important to the people of this state as these rivers provide abundance of variety of fish and also help to generate hydel power. The hydel power is almost a source of life for the state of Arunachal as due to this power generation, much-needed electricity is made available in the rural parts of this mountainous northeastern state of India.
The Brahmaputra River enters India in the far eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh after traveling hundreds of miles across Tibet where it is known as the 'Tsangpo', from its origin near the holy lake of Mansarover. It is one of the world's largest rivers, which is compared on a scale with the Indus, Mississippi, and the Nile. It runs through dense forests and tribal settlements. The Brahmaputra offers beautiful scenery, excellent big white water and great wild life in a less-visited corner of the sub-continent.

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Brahmaputra River Rafting
Subansiri known as the Gold River by the locals is the largest tributary of the Upper Brahmaputra River, which runs through Tibet before entering India. This river is known all over the world for its gold dust. The origin of Subansiri River is from the Himalayas, in China and flows east and southeast into India, then south to the Assam Valley, where it joins the Brahmaputra River in Lakhimpur district. From here this river goes down through the green tropical rainforest of Arunachal Pradesh.

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Subansiri River, Arunachal Pradesh