Upper Siang's history is that Arunachal Pradesh was declared as an independent territory without administrative control until the 1826-61 British Burmese War, and was conquered by Britain, during which time it was regulated. It can be traced back to the time when no territory collapsed in 1826. – 61. In 1980, the Siang district was divided into the East Siang district and the West Siang district. The current Upper Siang region remained under the East Siang district, which is headquartered in Pasighat. Finally, in 1994, Upper Siang was separated from the East Siang district, which is headquartered in Yingkiong. In 1989 the territory was moved from the West Siang region to East Siang. Ten years later, in 1999, the district was split in two to form the Upper Siang district.
Famous for its waterfalls, deep valleys, majestic snow-capped mountains, raging streams, still lakes and pristine forests.
The total area of the district is 6188 km2.
Total 3 management subdivisions.
There are 112 villages in this area.
There is only one town in this area.
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