The chronicle of oldest Arunachal Pradesh remains cloaked in anonymity. They consists mostly of tribal groups and it is prevalently believed that, and may be theoretically unspecified that, their ancestors were migrated from pre-Buddhist from two or three thousand years ago, who were united to Tibetic and Thai-Burmese counterparts later. The native people of Arunachal Pradesh are mostly from Tibeto-Burman origin. Eastern part of the state consists the most famous LedoBurma Road which was the sustenance to China during World War II.
Arunachal Pradesh is called as “The Land of Rising Sun” or as “The Land of Down lit Mountains” (the name originated from Sanskrit). This