Papum Pare district was founded in 1999 when It was separated from the Lower Savant Siri district. The Papum Pare district is the administrative district of Arunachal Pradesh, India. As of 2011, it is the most populous district in Arunachal Pradesh. The district is adjacent to the Cladardy district to the north, the Lower Savant Siri district to the east, the East Kamen district to the west, and Assam to the south. The district headquarters is located in Yupia, 22 km from Arunachal pradesh. The name of the district comes from two large rivers, the Papum and Palais.
Animals and plants. In 1978, the Papum Pare district became the home of the Arunachal pradesh Wildlife Sanctuary, which covers an area of 140 km2.
The total area of the district is 2875 km2.
The papum pare is divided into 15 subdivisions.
There are 455 villages in this area.
There are only 11 towns in this area.
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