Have you ever heard of "Kaho" village, home to snow-capped mountains and sparkling rivers?
The first Indian Village from the Chinese Border in Anjaw district, Arunachal Pradesh is home to 66 residents and just 14 families belonging to the Meyer tribe. It is one of the seven villages of Kibithoo block where the river Lohit divides the picturesque region.
Not many people are aware of the historic value of the village and how the villagers here were part of the Indian History in the Indo- China 1962 war. Kaho had weathered the Chinese attack in 1962 and the locales had helped the Indian armed forces during the aggression.
Hence, as a part of the year-long and nationwide celebrations of the 75th year of Indian independence “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”, Arunachal Pradesh is planning to serve the country one of its most patriotic destinations -'Kaho'.
As per reports, a 12-member team from the Department of Information, Public Relations and Printing will be making a documentary on the village and the locals who belong to the Meyor tribe.
The Documentary will be showcased worldwide and help people remember this important village and its people.
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