The fairs and festivals in Arunachal Pradesh are a fine way to understand the state's rich culture and traditional practices. An extension of the lives of the people of the state, the Arunachal Pradesh fairs and festivals are characterised by a lot of colour.Know More
The Tai Khamti are one of the major tribes of Arunachal Pradesh inhabiting the lush green district of Namsai. The word ‘Khamti’ means ‘a land full of gold’. They have a distinct, rich and unparalleled cultural heritage which has till now remained unexplored in its totality.Know More
Religion, mythology and classical literature forms the basis of most of the performing arts of the Tai Khamtis. Unlike some dance forms of Arunachal Pradesh, the Khamti dance is a dance-drama that reflects the rich culture of the Buddhists in the territory.Know More
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Inner Line Permit
The Inner Line Permit(ILP) is required for both domestic and foreign tourists to visiti Arunachal Pradesh. Domestic visitors can obtain ILP by applying online or by visiting the regional offices of Arunachal Government. ILP on arrival facility is also available in some selected railway stations.
Chongkham - breathtakingly beautiful - a haven of peace and tranquillity - the idyllic tourist destination in the land of the dawnlit mountains. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Eastern tourist circuit of Arunachal Pradesh.
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Buddham Saranam Gacchâmi. Dhammam Saranam Gacchâmi. Sangham Saranam Gacchâmi.
Summary of the class and/or teachings of Buddha can be presented here.
Buddhist meditation techniques have become increasingly popular in the wider world, with many non-Buddhists taking them.
SANGKEN, The festival of water celebrated with traditional throwing of water on each other15-04-2018
The annual 3-day Water Festival popularly known as Sangken begun on Saturday with traditional throwing of water on each other, on revellers and pedestrians alike, amidst euphoric enthusiasm and colour.READ MORE
What Visitors Say?
Very glad to visit wat Kongmu-Kham, Hope to come again and again. Thanks for the warm welcoming and hospitality showered upon me and my fellow mates.
The visit made it such a wonderful day. Thanks for the heavenly treat from the Chief Monk and the pupils. I have learned a lot from this visit.
Peace and tranquillity is perennial here. The services rendered to needy people by monks for medicines deserve appreciation from all. My visit here will always remain a memorable one