On February 16, 2004, the Hawaii-based Anjau district was established by separating seven administrative districts from the Lohit district under the Arunachal Pradesh District Reorganization Amendment Act. Anjau is an administrative district of Arunachal Pradesh, headquartered in Hawaii. It borders China in the north, the Low Divan Valley and Lofitte district in the west, Changlang Province in the south, and Myanmar in the east. It is the easternmost district of India. The administrative history of the region covered by the current Anjau district can be traced back to British India.
Anjaw District is known for its amazing natural beauty. It is a country with many fascinating rivers that flow freely in harmony with nature.
The total area of the area is 6190 km2.
There are a total of eight subdivisions in this area.
There are 278 villages in this area.
There is only one city in this area.
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