Districts of Arunachal Pradesh


Anjaw District Map Changlang District Map East Siang District Map Tawang District Map
Anjaw District MapChanglang District MapEast Siang District Map Tawang District Map
    
West Kameng District Map Upper Siang District Map Dibang Valley District Map Lohit District Map
West Kameng District
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Upper Siang District MapDibang Valley District
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Lohit District Map
    
Tirap District Map West Siang District Map Kurung Kumey District Map East Kameng District Map
Tirap District MapWest Siang District MapKurung Kumey District
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East Kameng District Map
    
Lower Subansiri District Map Upper Subansiri District Map Papumpare District Map Lower Dibang District Map
Lower Subansiri District
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Upper Subansiri District
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Papumpare District Map Lower Dibang District Map
Longding District Map Namsai District Map
Longding District MapNamsai District Map


Arunachal Pradesh is an important state in Northeast India. The district maps of Arunachal Pradesh show all the districts that make up the state. It is one of the Seven Sister States of India. The districts of Arunachal Pradesh function as the administrative subdivisions of the state.

About the districts of Arunachal Pradesh



The state of Arunachal Pradesh is made up of 16 districts. Every district of the state is governed by a district collector who also looks after the requirements of the regional population. Given below are the names of the 16 districts of Arunachal Pradesh:
  • Changlang District
  • Tirap District
  • Anjaw District
  • Lohit District
  • Upper Dibang Valley
  • Lower Dibang Valley
  • West Siang District
  • East Siang District
  • Lower Subansiri District
  • Upper Siang District
  • Kurung Kumey District
  • Upper Subansiri District
  • East Kameng District
  • Papum Pare District
  • Tawang District
  • West Kameng District
Different tribes and clans live in these districts.

Information about the districts of Arunachal Pradesh



Given below are some important facts and figures about the districts in Arunachal Pradesh:
DistrictHeadquartersCode Population (2011)Density (/km2)Area (km2)
Anjaw Hawai AJ 21089 6 3234
Changlang Changlang CH 147951 27 4662
East Kameng Seppa EK 78413 14 4134
Pasighat East Siang ES 99019 22 4005
Lohit Tezu EL 145538 13 2402
Lower Subansiri Ziro LB 82839 10 10135
Papum Pare Yupia PA 176385 42 2875
Tawang Town Tawang TA 49950 19 2085
Tirap Khonsa TI 111997 42 2362
Lower Dibang Valley Roing UD 53986 4  
Upper Siang Yingkiong US 33146 5 6188
Upper SubansiriDaporijo UB 83205 8 7032
West Kameng Bomdila WK 87013 10 7422
West Siang Along WS 112272 12 8325
Upper Dibang Valley Anini   7948   
Kurung Kumey Koloriang   89717 7  

Anjaw district



Anjaw district is a newly formed district. The district headquarters are located in Hawai. It is the easternmost district in India. The major rivers in this district are as follows:
  • Lam River
  • Lohit River (known as Telu by regional Mishmis)
  • Dalai River
  • Tidding River
  • Dichu River
  • Krowti River
  • Klung River
  • Lati River
  • Telua River
  • Dav River
  • Sarti River
  • Ampani River
The major harvests include millet, maize, beans, rice, orange, cardamom, plum, pears, and apple. The divisions of the district are Hawai, Hayuliang, Goiliang, Manchal, Kibithoo, Walong, and Chaglogam.

Changlang district



The headquarters of Changlang district are located in Changlang. The four subdivisions of the district are Miao, Changlang, Bordumsa, and Jairampur. The district houses the Namdapha Tiger Reserve.

East Kameng District



East Kameng district has its headquarters in Seppa. The two subdivisions of the district are Chayangtajo and Seppa. These are further divided into the following areas: Sawa, Chayangtajo, Bameng, Khenewa, Gyawe Purang, Lada, Seppa, Pipu, Pijirang, Richukhrong, Seijosa, Pakke-Kessang, and Dissing Passo. The district is famous for the Pakhui Tiger Reserve.

East Siang district



The headquarters of East Siang district are located in Pasighat. The five legislative assembly constituencies of Arunachal Pradesh situated in this district are Nari-Koyu, Panging, Pasighat East, Pasighat West, and Mebo. The district houses the D'Ering Memorial (Lali) Wildlife Sanctuary.

Lohit district



The administrative headquarters of Lohit district are located at Tezu. A major subdivision of this district is Namsai. The four assembly constituencies coming under this district are Chowkham, Tezu, Lekang, and Namsai. The district is known for the Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary.

Lower Subansiri district



The government headquarters of Lower Subansiri district are situated at Ziro. The six administrative circles forming this district are Ziro (Sadar), Pistana, Yachuli, Kamporijo, Raga, and Dollungmukh. It houses two assembly constituencies: Ziro-Hapoli and Yachuli. There are three blocks in the district: Tamen-Raga, Ziro-I, and Ziro-II. The Lower Subansiri district is home to the Tale Valley Wildlife Sanctuary.

Papum Pare district



Papum Pare district is the most populated district in the state. It was formed in 1999. The two subdivisions of this district are Yupia Capital complex and Sagalee. The district is again subdivided into nine administrative circles and they are Leporiang, Mengio, Toru, Sagalee, Doimukh, Kimin, Tarasso, Balijan, Itanagar, and Naharlagun. Doimukh, Itanagar, and Sagalee are the three assembly constituencies in the district. The famous Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in this district.

Tawang district



The district headquarters of Tawang district are located in Tawang town. The three subdivisions of this district are Lumla, Tawang, and Jang. The district houses three assembly constituencies: Tawang, Lumla, and Mukto.

Tirap district



The administrative headquarters of Tirap district are located in Khonsa. The district houses seven assembly constituencies: Khonsa East, Namsang, Borduria-Bogapani, Khonsa West, Longding-Pumao, Kanubari, and Pongchau-Wakka.

Lower Dibang Valley district



The government headquarters of Lower Dibang Valley district are located in Roing. Dambuk and Roing are the two assembly constituencies in this district. The Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary is located in this district.

Upper Siang district



The administrative headquarters of this district are situated in Yingkiong. Mariyang-Geku and Tuting-Yingkiong are the two assembly constituencies in this district. Mouling National Park is a part of this district.

Upper Subansiri district



The headquarters of Upper Subansiri district are located in Daporijo. Taliha, Nacho, Raga, Daporijo, and Dumporijo are the five assembly constituencies in the district.

West Kameng district

The headquarters of West Kameng district are located in Bomdila. The three subdivisions of this district are Bomdila, Thrizino, and Rupa. These subdivisions are again divided into 12 government circles: Bomdila, Dirang, Balemu, Kalaktang, Jameri, Bhalukpong, Nafra, Sinchung, Rupa, Thrizino, Shergao and Thembang. Kalaktang, Dirang, Bomdila, and Thrizino-Buragaon are the four assembly constituencies. The Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary is located in this state.

West Siang district

The headquarters of West Siang district are located in Along. Likabali, Liromoba, Along East, Along West, Mechuka, and Rumgong are the assembly constituencies in the district. The Kane Wildlife Sanctuary lies in this district.

Dibang Valley district

The headquarters of Dibang Valley district are located in Anini. It is the biggest district in the state and is home to one assembly constituency: Anini. The Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary lies in this district.

Kurung Kumey district

Kurung Kumey district has its headquarters in Koloriang. Nyapin, Palin, Koloriang and Tali are the four assembly constituencies in the district.

List of Districts in Arunachal Pradesh

Sr. No.DistrictDistrict HQPopulation (2011)GrowthSex RatioLiteracyArea (km2)Density (/km2)
1AnjawHawai2116714.19%83956.4661903
2ChanglangChanglang14822618.18%92659.8466232
3Dibang ValleyAnini800410.07%81364.191291
4East KamengSeppa7869037.62%102960.02413419
5East SiangPasighat9921413.52%98072.54360327
6Kurung KumeyKoloriang92076116.56%103248.75604015
7LohitTezu14572616.59%91268.18240228
8Longding*Longding******
9Lower Dibang ValleyAnini540807.20%92869.13390014
10Lower SubansiriZiro8303049.00%98474.35350824
11PapumpareYupia17657344.73%98079.95287551
12TawangTawang Town4997728.40%71459208523
13TirapKhonsa11197511.61%94452.19236247
14Upper SiangYingkiong353205.87%88959.9961885
15Upper SubansiriDaporijo8344850.78%99863.8703212
16West KamengBomdila8394712.53%81967.07742212
17West SiangAlong1122748.04%93066.46832523



Last Updated on : August 25, 2014



     


     

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