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Treading along River Lohit to reach the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ in India and the Soil where India fought China – Dong and Walong, the State of Arunachal Pradesh, Incredible India!

As you stand on this hallowed ground and remember those who fought for India’s honor, we ask you to join us in this pledge:

“WALONG WILL NEVER FALL AGAIN”                –   Courtesy Lohit Brigade

These are the strong words of the Lohit Brigade of the Indian Army who were the ones that put a strong resistance to the Chinese Army in the Indo China war of 1962. Battling under the most treacherous conditions like cold weather, uncertain terrain, outnumbered troops, ‘orders’ that never reached and a slimy enemy the Indian Troops had finally fallen at the hands of the Chinese at the “Battle of Walong”. But Walong was retaken by the Indians and this place has a story to narrate that would put the hearts of all the patriots of Mother India to a soulful cry. Although long forgotten now, the brave and gallant Soldiers of the Indian Army had put in their best efforts even knowing that they  couldn’t win this War. No one dared to flee and they stood grounds ’til their last breath in protecting their Motherland. The War memorial at Walong has these words inscribed on its walls that narrate their gallantry:

“The sentinel hills that round us stand
bear witness that we loved our land.
Amidst shattered rocks and flaming pine
we fought and died on Namti Plain.
O Lohit gently by us glide
pale stars above us softly shine
as we sleep here in sun and rain.”

Walong is located on a the beautiful mountains of the Eastern Himalayas and is a prime location that connects India and China with the beautiful River Lohit flowing across he heart of the town. Walong is also the easternmost town in India. The forest around Walong is rich in wildlife. Rare mammals such as Mishmi takin, Red goral and Leaf muntjac occurs while among birds there is the rare Sclater’s Monal. A flying squirrel, new to science, i.e., Mishmi Hills Giant Flying Squirrel also can be spotted here at Walong. Walong is also one of the strategic locations of the Indian Air Force that has an Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) to facilitate movement of the troops across the border. Walong can be visited after you see the Grandeur of an Architecture at the Golden Pagoda Temple at Choukham near Tengapani. You will also cross the holy land of Parashuram Kund where you can see the spectacle of a river in the form of Lohit that arguably has the cleanest waters in India.

Just a 90 minute climb from Walong will reach you to Dong – the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ in India. Dong is the eastern most village in India. The Dong valley is unspoiled and has great natural beauty with a village that has just three huts.

Jungleideas welcomes you to India’s North East to tread along the River Lohit to reach the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ in India and the Soil where India fought China – Dong and Walong, the State of Arunachal Pradesh, Incredible India!

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Golden Pakoda at Choukham near Tengapani in Arunachal Pradesh

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Parashuram Kund and River Lohit

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Welcome to Tengapani Indian Border Roads Organzation

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Bridge on River Lohit at Parashuram Kund

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River Bridges made of Bamboo on your journey to Walong

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Inscription on Granite detailing the India Chian war of 1962 and the Battle of Walong

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Lohit View at Walong

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Parashuram Kund on your journey to Walong

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Sunrise along the River Lohit at Walong

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Distances from Walong

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Adventure Trek inside Namdapha National Park, Namdapha Arunachal Pradesh, Trekking Tour of North East India, Camping at Namdapha National Park, Guided Bird Watching Tour of North East India

‘Adventure Trek with the Tigers and the Four Big Cat Species’ – the Namdapha National Park, the State of Arunachal Pradesh, Incredible India!

The Namdapha National Park is the largest protected ecological area in the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot. It is located at the Changlang district in the State of Arunachal Pradesh. The Namdapha National Park is the third largest National Park in India in terms of its area. The park has extensive bamboo forests and secondary forests in addition to the primary forestland is just the place for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers with its breathtaking natural beauty and diverse flora and fauna. The Namdapha National Park, which also hosts a Tiger Reserve, gets its name from the Namdapha River, a tributary of the Nao-Dehing river that flows through Deban and a major portion of the Changlang District in Arunachal Pradesh.

Effective conservation of the big cats have helped to increase their numbers significantly at the Namdapha National Park. This biodiversity hotspot is home to the rare and endangered species of Clouded Leopards, its also home to the species of Red Panda and one can even perhaps get a glimpse of the elusive Snow Leopard in this park. This park is also home to the four big cat species: Snow leopards, Clouded leopards, Common leopards and Tigers. Some of the other rare and endangered animals of this park are Asiatic black bears, Red fox, Yellow-throated marten, Eurasian otter, Oriental small-clawed otter, Spotted linsang, Binturong, Common palm civet, Small indian civet, Large indian civet, Masked palm civet, Marbled cat, Fishing cat, Asiatic golden cat, etc.

The Namdapha is the only forest in India where Apes are found. It is also home to reptiles including snakes like cobra, viper, krait and python. Various species of Amphibians and Fishes can also be spotted here and at the site of the beautiful Anamika Falls near the National Park.

The National Park of Namdapha is a bird watcher’s paradise with over 400 species of birds. Laughing thrushes, Parrotbills, Fulvettas, Shrike babblers, Rufous necked Hornbill, Green cochoa, Purple cochoa, Nuthatch, Ward’s trogon, Ruddy kingfisher, Blue eared kingfisher, White tailed fish eagle, Eurasian hobby, Pied falconet, White-winged wood duck, Himalayan wood-owl, Rufous-throated hill-partridge and many other birds can be spotted at this National Park.

During your stay at the Park:

  • Enjoy the trek into the Namdapha National Park and get an opportunity to camp inside the park at the ‘Bulbulia’ Camping Site

  • Visit the Hornbill Camp that is the homing ground of the majestic species of Hornbill at Namdapha

  • Trek to Haldibari to witness majestic bird species
  • Sing to the tunes of the beautiful birds at the Namdapha National Park

  • Be a part of the Wildlife Wilderness Journey at the National Park of Namdapha powered by Jungleideas

Jungleideas welcomes you to India’s North East to be a part of the ‘Adventure Trek with the Tigers and the  Four Big Cat Species’ – the Namdapha National Park, the State of Arunachal Pradesh, Incredible India!

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The Entrance to India’s Third Largest National Park and home to Big Four Cat species at the Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh

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The Forest Rest House at Deban for your comfortable stay during your visit to Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh

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Sunrise by the Banks of Nao Dehing River – the perfect site for Birdwatching Tour of Arunachal Pradesh in North East India

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Spot Exotic Bird Species during your Birdwatching Tour at the Namdapha National Park in North East India

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The Bridge across the Nao Dihing River at Deban near Namdapha National Park at Arunachal. Image Credits: Mr. Rajib Saikia

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The Beautiful and Captivating Anamika Falls at Deban near Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh. Image Credits: Mr. Rajib Saikia

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Hornbill Camp Namdapha National Park, Namdapha Jungle Resort Miao, Indian Hornbill
Indian Hornbill at the Hornbill Camp near Namdapha National Park. Image Credits: Diganta Talukdar

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Enjoy the Assamese Barbecue – ‘Khorika’ where you roast pieces of meat put on a bamboo stick roasted slowly on fire at the National Park of Namdapha in Arunachal Pradesh. Image Credits: Mr. Rajib Saikia

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The Majestic Mountains of the Namdapha National Park covered in clouds at Deban in Arunachal Pradesh

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The Nao Dehing River at Deban near the Namdapha National Park is a perfect site for bedazzled bird watching at Arunachal Pradesh in North East India

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Excellent capture of Stream Water flowing down the rocks at Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh. Image Credits: Mr. Rajib Saikia

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Wildlife Wilderness at Namdapha National Park

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Spot Exotic Bird Species during the birdwatching Tour at the Namdapha National Park at Arunachal Pradesh in North East India

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Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Wildlife Wilderness at Namdapha National Park

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Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Wildlife Wilderness at Namdapha National Park

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The History of the ‘Dehing Patkai’ and the Lake of No Return, the State of Assam and the Indo-Burma Border, Incredible India!

The Dehing is one of the large southern feeders of the mighty Brahmaputra River. The river originates from the junction of the Patkai and Kumaon Bum ranges at Chaukam Pass in the east at an altitude of approximately 2432 meters with snow fall having peaks nearby. The river flows down through the dense forests and hence the water is cold especially in the upper course with rocks and boulders at the bottom.

The Patkai is mountain range that forms a major part of the Indo-Myanmar border. The lowest point in the height of the mountain range is approximately 1229 meters at the Pangsao Pass. The highest point is approximately 2780 meters at the center and the mountain range has about a dozen passes.

The whole belt of the Dehing and Patkai provides a suitable geographical and environmental setting with valuable forests, rare species of animals and birds, mineral resources like oil and coal, etc., and heavy rainfall and fertile arable land suitable for agriculture. It is one of the centuries old most favoured and widely used route during migration by the various ethnic tribes and the Mighty Rulers of Assam – the Ahoms. The historically famous Stilwell Road of World War II also passes through it via the Pangsau Pass. In the area of Dehing Patkai, live a large number of ethnic tribal socio-culturally and physically akin to South East Asia besides non-tribal from different parts of the Country. Among the tribal, the important ones are the Singphos, Tangsas, Noctes, Wanchos, Khamtis, Tai Phakes, Kacharis, Sema Nagas and other non-tribal communities like the Ahoms, Mattacks, Nepalis and so on.

The name Patkai is an abbreviated form of ‘Pat-kai-chang-kan’. It was a typical religious ceremony symbolic to a war dating back to 1401 AD. The ceremony was performed at the edge of the waters of the ‘Nangayang (‘Nang’ for lake and ‘Nyang’ for exists)’ at the foot of the southern slope of the mountain, in token of a treaty of surrender and peace ensuing a war. The War was waged by the Nara King Surupha of Mogaung (in the Shan of Myanmar and now on the Stilwell Road) against the Ahom King Sudangpha alias Bamuni Konwar (1397-1407) of Tipam which was the first capital of the first Ahom King Sukapha (1228-1268).  The actual meaning of ‘Pat-kai-chang-kan’ is ‘Pat’ – to cut, ‘Kai’ – Fowl, ‘Cheng’ – oath, ‘Kan’ – taken, that is an oath was taken by cutting or sacrificing a fowl at that place. Earlier to the event the mountain was called ‘Daikaorang’ which means ‘Dai’ – mountain, ‘Kao’ – nine, ‘Rang’ – meeting together, that is a composition of nine mountains. After the war, the Naras couldn’t hold the ground and hence accepted defeat and retreated. The ‘Borgohain’ of the Nara King informed the Assam ‘Borgohain’ that they had come to Assam on wrong information that there was no King ruling the Kingdom of Assam. They, therefore, wanted to enter into a treaty of peace and friendship with the King of Assam. On receipt of orders from the respective Kings, both the parties, washed off their hands in the waters of the Nangnyang (the Lake) and then performed the ‘Pat-kai-chang-kan’.Two effigies of both the ‘Borgohains’ were also cut on a rock nearby and placed there as a symbol. The ‘Daikaorang’ was made to be the permanent boundary between the two kingdoms. This was the history how the treaty was made and ‘Daikaorang’ came to be known as PATKAI since after.

In this context it may be said that the ‘Naugnyang (the Lake)’ lies inside Myanmar just at the southern foot of the Patkai and down below the southern foot of the Patkai and down below the southern slope of the Stilwell Road at a distance of about two kilometres from the Pangsao Pass. No one appears to have attempted to visit the lake and find out the rock of historical importance since then, probably having lost sight of it, till Mr. S.E. Peal then assistant commissioner, Jaipur (beyond Naharkatia in Assam) decided to retrieve it. Mr Peal along with his team of Assamese labourers reached the location following the upstream of the River Dehing on a boat and then the Namchik River on foot. They however couldn’t locate the rock as it must have rolled down and fell deep down into the very deep swampy mud around the lake water. It was again forgotten until the adventurous American Soldiers visited it during the World War II for reconnaissance and a few of the party met with an accidental death at the Lake thus naming it as the LAKE OF NO RETURN!

Jungleideas welcomes you to India’s North East to witness the History of the ‘Dehing Patkai’ and the Lake of No Return, the State of Assam and the Indo-Burma Border, Incredible India!

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Memoirs of World War II

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The Majestic Dehing Patkai Mountain Range in Assam

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The Nao Dehing River at Deban

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The Calm and Serene Dehing River

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The Singpho Tribes of Dehing Patkai

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The Tangsa Tribes of Dehing Patkai

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The Tai Phake Tribe of Dehing Patkai

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Tribal Homestay and Cottages in Assam near the Dehing Patkai

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Namdapha National Park and Rain forest, Assam Ecotourism and Homestay, Deban tourist lodge, Stillwell Road in Assam, Dehing Patkai Festival of Assam, Tribes of Assam and North East India
The Mysterious Lake of No Return at Myanmar as viewed from the Pangsau pass

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Namdapha National Park and Rain forest, Assam Ecotourism and Homestay, Deban tourist lodge, Stillwell Road in Assam, Dehing Patkai Festival of Assam, Tribes of Assam and North East India
The Pangsau Pass or the Hell’s Pass and Indo Mynamar Border

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Memoirs of World War II

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The Historic Stilwell Road from Ledo (India) to Kunming (China)

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Memoirs of World War II

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Memoirs of World War II

Assam Birdwatching Tourism, Assam River Tourism, Tea Tour of Estates in Assam, North East India Birdwatching Tour

By the banks of River Dehing, the State of Assam, Incredible India!

The river Dehing is a tributary of the mighty Brahmaputra river (the only male river in India) that flows across the state of Assam. River Dehing originates at 2,375 meters above the sea level in the Eastern Himalaya Mountain Region, which is known as the Patkai Mountain Range in Arunachal Pradesh and flows through Tinsukia and Dibrugarh District across the towns of Ledo, Margherita, Digboi, Duliajan and Naharkatia in Assam to its confluence with the Brahmaputra at ‘Dehing Mukh’.

The river Dehing’s watershed covers about 6,000 sqkm. The river has created number of oxbow lakes in the area.

The river Disam is a tributary of the Dehing in its southern bank. The Joy-Dihing Rainforest, numerous petroleum fields, wet-paddy fields, bamboo orchards and tea gardens provide a unique landscape along its course. Dihing is the one of the most important contributors to the Brahmaputra River. The plains of the Dihing Valley has a rich variety of flora and fauna. The Betel nuts are produced most in the areas of the Dehing Plains.

Dehing River is famous for the summer camp. It is an excellent stay option if one wants to relax and have a walk through the rugged plains along the riversides. In this camp one can easily enjoy the natural beauty and also savour the lip smacking food served lovingly by the local staff. The place is also a good option as a stop over, on the way to Arunachal Pradesh.

Also, located on the banks of the Dehing River is a nice and quaint river-side lodge with interesting thatched Bamboo huts in a lush Assamese countryside. Apart from bird watching in nearby Jokai Reserve Forest, one can soak into the traditional rural life in the villages of Assam, taste local food, visit Silk farms, take part in their cultural activities and enjoy fishing.

Jungleideas welcomes you to India’s North East to experience the Simplicity of life at the Countryside of Assam – By the banks of River Dehing, the State of Assam, Incredible India!

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Tour of Upper Assam

Birding at Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh, Trekking tour of Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh, Stilwell Road, North East India Birdwatching Tour
Boating by the Nao Dehing River at Deban in Arunachal Pradesh

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Deban eco camp stay, namdapha national park hotel, Birding tour of North East India, Birds at Namdapha National Park
Sunrise by the Nao Dehing River

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Assam Birdwatching Tourism, Assam River Tourism, Tea Tour of Estates in Assam, North East India Birdwatching Tour
Banks of River Dehing at Margherita in Amazing Assam

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Birding Tour of Assam, Ecotourism in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, North East India Birding Tour
River Side of Dehing at Margherita in Amazing Assam

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Birding Tour of Assam, Ecotourism in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, North East India Birding Tour
River Side of Dehing at Margherita in Amazing Assam

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Assam Eco tourism homestay and cottages, sustainable and responsible tour of Assam, Tour of Tribes in Assam
Summer Eco camps by the banks of the Dehing River at Amazing Assam

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Dehing River Assam, Nao Dehing Namdapha National Park, Sadiya Dhola Bridge Brahmaputra
By the banks of the River Dehing

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Tour of Upper Assam