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Experience the unexplored, awe-inspiring charm of Arunachal Pradesh in this quaint hill-town. Understand the Tibetan-Buddhist elements that influence the culture, food and lifestyle here, granting it an absolutely unique flavour. A trekker's delight, Tawang will simply steal your heart away.
One of the lesser known destinations in India, this Arunachal beauty offers its visitors the best of India's North East, be it in hospitality, mind blowing locales or an unbelievably tranquil experience. Located at a height from Tawang is the serene P.T.Tso Lake, which remains frozen for 4 to 5 months in a year. Tawang offers a unique experience for skilled and amateur trekkers, with different trekking trails for each level of difficulty. Those with a brave heart and a strong stomach for fiery food must try the traditional Monpa cuisine, among the other Tibetan delights, that are on offer. Be sure to take an official permit, for internal security, to visit this delightful town, unexplored and completely hidden from the eyes of the general tourist crowd.

High up in the north-west corner of Arunachal that juts into Bhutan, and shouldered by China (Tibet), Tawang has mostly been remembered only in times of war. In its vicinity a pitched battle was fought during the Indo-Chinese War of 1962. Somewhere here the 14th Dalai Lama and his entourage crossed over quietly into India from Tibet in 1959, taking an impossibly arduous route. Further back, in the 17th century — a period of harsh rivalry between various Buddhist sects — lore has it that one Meera Lama built a fortress here to protect the monks of his Gelugpa creed. Today it is known as Tawang Monastery. Explore the Buddhist influences on the local lifestyle in Tawang in the this monastery, also famed for being the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama.
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reviewed on Jun 19 2015
Amazing experience. A beautiful place. A beautiful culture. Should not miss out upon going to the Border and the hospitality of the army. A great experience.
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