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Dibang, Nov 28: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu shared a spectacular video of Zawru Valley in the Dibang Valley district on Twitter and asked tourists to welcome the New year in Anini.

“Majestic appeal, panoramic view, rejuvenating ambiance, and spectacular surroundings make Zawru Valley a place not to miss at all. If you have not been to Anini, you must welcome #NewYear by being in the lap of Mother Nature in our pristine Dibang Valley!” CM wrote on Twitter.

Dibang Valley is a district of Arunachal Pradesh named after the Dibang River or the Talon as the Mishmis call it.

Dibang Valley District came into existence on 1st June 1980 with its headquarters at Anini curved out from Lohit District. It is named after River Dibang consisting of three major rivers viz, Dri, Mathun, and Talon, and three other smaller rivers viz, Ahi, Awa & Emra.

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Dibang Valley is bounded by Lohit in the southeast, Lower Dibang Valley in the South, East Siang and Upper Siang in the West, and China in the North and North-East.

On 16 December 2001, Dibang Valley district was bifurcated into Upper Dibang Valley district and Lower Dibang Valley district.

Dibang Valley consists of undulated-rugged mountains with breathtaking green valleys, deep-down gorges, enchanting waterfalls, natural lakes of various dimensions, and innumerable meandering rivers and turbulent streams.

The region is also known as the Savanna of East, where you will be encountered dozens of the Mishmi Takin, Mishmi Giant Flying Squirrels, Mishmi Wren Babler, Red Goral, and Tibetan Macaque who are the proud owners of the land. You can also listen to the enchanting songs of both Sclater Monal and Himalayan Monals.

During trekking one can explore the rich vegetation of the alps, such as Mishmi Teeta, Paris Polyphylla, Himalayan Aconite, and Ginseng which are the best medicine you will get in the beautiful forest of Jaru Valley. Lakes and Waterfalls are uncountable meanwhile in the trails.