The scenic hill-covered Changlan district is located in the southeastern corner of Arunachal Pradesh in northeastern India. Legend has it that the name Changlan comes from the local word Changlankan, which means the top of a hill where people have discovered the toxic herbs used to poison fish in rivers. Changlang Province has reached the stage of its current structure through gradual administrative development. Prior to November 14, 1987, it was part of the Tirap district. Compliant with the Arunachal Pradesh Government District Amendment Bill 1987 Arunachal Pradesh Reorganization.
Namdapha National Park in Changlang Province was designated as a Tiger Reserve by the Government of India in 1983. The breathtaking park stretches out to various heights between 200 meters.
The total area of the district is 4662 km2.
The Chanlan District has four subdistricts.
There are 362 villages in this area.
There are a total of two cities in this area.
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