Arunachal trip

Tawang, Sep 30: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu asked the tourists to keep Beghar village in Tawang district as a must-visit destination while planning a trip to the state.

CM Pema Khandu shared a magnificent video of Beghar village from his official Twitter account and wrote “It’s Beghar village in Tawang. So green and magnificent! Great are the people who take pride in taking care of their village so well. Beghar is a must-visit destination. Join #DekhoApnaPradesh campaign and enjoy the beauty and diversity of our sweet #Arunachal.”

The village Beghar is located in Kitpi Circle circle of Tawang District in the State of Arunachal Pradesh in India. It comes under Kitpi Community Development Block. The nearest town is Tawang, which is about 22 kilometers away from Beghar.

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The people of this village are living in a very peaceful manner. This village has a very proud history. Agriculture is the main profession of this village. Still, this village is waiting for Industrial development. Education, Drinking water, roads, and Electricity are the main concern of this village.

The young generation is more attracted to mobile, Laptop, and computer technology these days. If banks and finance institutions proved loans and other financial support to the villagers, this village will see real development. Medical and health services have to be improved.

According to Census 2011, the location code or village code of Beghar village is 261541. Beghar village is located in Kitpi Circle circle of Tawang district in Arunachal Pradesh, India. It is situated 1km away from sub-district headquarters Kitpi (tehsildar office) and 24km away from district headquarter Tawang. As per 2009 stats, Jamkhar is the gram panchayat of Beghar village.

Beghar has a total population of 65 people, out of which the male population is 36 while the female population is 29. The literacy rate of Beghar village is 41.54% out of which 44.44% of males and 37.93% of females are literate. There are about 12 houses in Beghar village.