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The Wonderful Itanagar – India’s largest North Eastern state

The capital of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar township is situated at the foothills 350 metres above sea level. It comes administratively under Papumpare district. Itanagar can be called as mini India, as people from all over the country, live here in harmony. Itanagar is well connected with the rest of the country by road and air communications. Pawan Hans provides Helicopter service between Guwahati and Naharlagun (Itanagar). Buses are available from Guwahati.

By bus from Banderdewa, North Lakhimpur (Asssam), Tezpur (Asssam) and Guwahati (Asssam)
What to see: Itafort, Buddhist Monastery, Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Museum, Ganga Lake, Indira Gandhi Park

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