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Manju Bora also served as Jury Member, Indian Panorama, IFFI 2007, 10th MAMI International Film Festival 2008 and 3rd Eye 7th Asian Film Festival Mumbai 2008, 55th National Film Awards for 2007 (Feature Films) Delhi 2009. after lunch back to hostel. before traveling to arunachal pradesh all people are required to take a inner line permit. it can applied for online or can be taken at the dc office in guwahati. remember to carry passport photographs of self while traveling in these states. when asked for a local address you have to give the address where you are going to stay in the place you are visiting, otherwise your application will be rejected. remember to choose all the districts that you traveling through. i was going to tawang. so i had three entry points, didnt know which one the driver was going to take. we took the balemu entry pojnt because the usual bhalukpong route was being repaired. day 2 next day we depart from the hostel at 6:00am, first day of travel we took the route via sipajhar, orang, udalguri, balemu, and enter into arunachal pradesh and drive till sangti valley near dirang. till the border of this state the roads are great. once we enter arunachal the roads become narrower and worser as we go further into the state. food wise stick to the basics of dal roti or dal chawal for lunch and poori subzi or bread jam for breakfast. you dont need to buy bottled water anywhere, the water en route is fresh water, so you can drink the water they serve you anywhere. ask for hot water if you feel the need for it. they would give it gladly. the whole journey through arunachal is the interesting part, everywhere you look you see vast valleys or high mountains. the above is a dam on the river dividing arunachal and assam. above pic is of a landslide on the way....
Sangti Valley - A Treasure Trove of Serenity
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view from room a small walk from the room brings you to the dirang river where tents have been pitched for people to stay. bridge to cross the river mountain view from river side bridge across the river cosmos flowers on the way to the river view of the place i stayed. room is on first floor after breakfast we leave the home stay first stop is a kiwi farm scenery en route to dirang next we wanted to visit some places in dirang but there was a heavy onflow of army vehicles through dirang so we passed dirang to go to the hot springs out side of dirang. it wasnt a good place to visit, because it was all dirty there and there was a small place where there was luke warm water. it was a big disappointment. then we were supposed to stay back in dirang for the day but chose to drive to tawang because it was not a good idea to go back to dirang with all the traffic of army vehicles. it is advised to stay in either dirang or bomdila to get acclimatised to the lowering oxygen levels as we climb up in altitude. after lunch at the most popular place along that route, padma hotel, we started driving towards tawang. just an example of how the roads start to become as we climb to sela pass, fog covers up the views. landslide along the way just before reaching sela pass it started snowing. highest point so far. sela pass. 13700 feet. it was snowing and freezing cold. the army guys there told us it would have been around -2 degrees Celsius snow on the road side just as you cross sela pass you can see the sela lake. it was snowing everywhere and covering up fast with fog. the road for the next one hour was all fog, slush and dirt and snow falling. first yak sighting the road we just came by. first stop is jawantgarh in tawang district. there is a memorial for soldier jaswant singh who fought the chinese during the 1962 war. the tree from which he was hung when he was finally shot dead by the chinese. jaswant singh - his family still receives pension and he is still enrolled in the army. armed forces whenever they cross this memorial stop by to pay their respects. across the road from this memorial there is a cafeteria run by the army. tea is served free. samosa or bonda is to be paid for. you can also buy jackets, gloves, boots etc for the cold weather from the shop next to the cafeteria. statue of jaswant singh as a reminder of his courage and valour. it got dark from here and hence we just drove all the way to tawang in the dark and checked in to the hotel for the night. end of day 3...
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