Pasighat

Pasighat

The gateway to north-east India

Often considered to be a gateway into the north-eastern state of Arunchal Pradesh, Pasighat is a town established by the British for their administration in the region. Situated on the banks of the river Siang, Pasighat is a stopover for adventurers yearning to do caving, river rafting, as also trekking in the eastern stretches of the state. After its timber industry was forced shut, agriculture and tourism provide the main livelihoods for the people.

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