Day 1Bhupen Hazarika SetuIndia's longest road bridge - the Bhupen Hazarika Setu, connecting Dhola and Sadiya ports across the river Lohit in Assam.Dhola- Sadiya BridgeBefore the bridge begun operations, ferries were the prime source of transportation for people in the Dhola-Sadia regions and Eastern Arunachal Pradesh,Dhola-Sadiya BridgeFisherman get ready to cast their net in the river Lohit near the town of Dhola in Assam.RoingA hawker selling sandals at the lower bazaar in Roing.RoingEastern Arunachal is famous for the sweet nectar-like oranges that grow in the region. Here is a woman selling her produce from her farm near Dambuk.Sally LakeSally Lake is a lush water body, just on the outskirts of Roing.Sally LakeA walk along the lake's bank is sufficient to relax a weary mind.Sally LakeThe banks are lined with Indian gooseberry trees.Day 2Mayudia passMayodia Pass offers a glimpse of the snow-clad peaks of the Upper Dibang District. Located 55 kilometres north of Roing, the pass is at a height of 2560 metres from sea level.National Highway 13Crossing a st reamon the way to Tezu from Roing.National Highway 13Newly laid tarmac makes for smooth driving from Roing to Tezu.Parshuram KundSunset at Parshuram Kund over the river Lohit.Day 3National Highway 515The Indian government and Border Roads Organisation are working swiftly to connect all parts of Arunachal to Assam. This newly built road connecting Roing and Pasighat is among of of those endeavours.National Highway 515The six-kilometre bridge across the river Dibang near Bomjir in Arunachal Pradesh. It was incomplete at the time of our travel, but opened in the months soon after.The incomplete bridge meant people had to cross the dry river bed on the sides. The ferries' crew were well adept at handling cars of all sizes.These ferrymen wait all year for the dry season to ferry cars across the river. The upcoming bridge will end that source of income for these people.Passengers have to take two ferries across the Dibang, a journey that takes nearly an hour to complete.he sheer expanse of the Dibang river is fascinating.People cross the river in the ferry.DambukDrivers have to cross another dry river bed en route Pasighat.DambukPasighatCrossing the Siang (Tsangpo) river near Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh. During our trip, we crossed all the three major rivers that join to form the Brahmaputra river - Lohit, Dibang and Siang.