Arunachal Pradesh - A Profile

Arunachal Pradesh - the "Land of dawn-lit mountains", erstwhile North East Frontier Agency (NEFA), is situated at the north-east extremity of the country. Geographically, Arunachal Pradesh lies between 26°28" to 29°30"....

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The Lamaistic tradition of Mahayana Buddhism. Culturally similar to them are Membas and Khambas who live in the high mountains along the northern borders of Upper Siang and West Siang. The Khamptis and the Singphos...

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History and Tourist Interest

BHISMAKNAGAR, in Lower Dibang Valley was once a stronghold of Chutiyas (12-16 Century AD). Excavation of ruins of ancient fort have revealed the high standard of civilization BHISMAKNAGAR, in Lower Dibang Valley .............

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Latest News and Information
Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation 1873

The Inner Line Permit (ILP) system is an offshoot of the Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation by which an “Inner Line” was prescribed for the tribal areas. Simply put an ILP is an official document issued by the government which allows travel into a protected or restricted area for a certain period of time. The Foreigners (Protected Areas) Order, 1958 passed in furtherance of the Foreigners Act, 1946 defines the "Inner Line" throughout India starting from Jammu .....

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Innauguration of eILP Portal v3.0

The Dept. of Information Technology and Communication, Government of Arunachal Pradesh has developed a online web based application to issue Tourist eILP.. The new portal is launched for State wide roll out w.e.f. 17th November 2022.

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Map of ILP Check gates