The history of the area stems from the ambiguity and doubtful traditions of the early 13th century when the Ahom tribes of northern Burma passed the Pangsau Pass in the Patkai Mountains and steadily progressed along the Noah Dihin course in Tirap. The Ahoms, who ruled Assam and its eastern regions for the six centuries from 1228 to 1826, left behind a valuable chronicle known as Brangis. These sources are crude as historical documents, but unlike archeology, the recorded history of the district can be considered to begin on the day of the arrival of the Ahom people.
Tirap is known for its natural beauty. The place is adorned with lush orchards and is home to many deep green valleys, overflowing streams, waterfalls and hills.
The total area of the district is 1170 km2.
The Tirap has a total of three subdistricts.
There are 190 villages in this area.
There are a total of 3 towns in this area.
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