Anjaw District

Population: 21089 (2011)

State: Arunachal Pradesh

Language: Mishmi

Headquarters: Hawai


Date of formation: Anjaw District was carved out of Lohit District on 16th February 2004

Area: 6190 square kilometers

Density of population: 3 people per square kilometer

Literacy Rate: 59.40 % - Male: 69.4 %, Female: 46.39%

Male Female Ratio: 1000:805


Boundaries of Anjaw District


North and East: China

South West: Lohit District, Arunachal Pradesh

North West: Lower Dibang Valley District, Arunachal Pradesh


Anjaw District Average Rainfall: 3787.32 mm





Major Rivers: Lohit River, Lam River, Tidding River, Dalai River, Krowti River, Dichu River, Lati River, Klung River, Dav River, Telua River, Ampani River, Sarti River

Administrative Units: Hayuliang, Hawai, Manchal, Goliang, Walong, Kibithoo, Chaglogam

Assembly Constituencies: Hauyuliang


Anjaw District Nearby Attractions


1. Hyuliang – panoramic view and salubrious climate

2. Hawai – scenic landscape and unique ethnic culture

3. Chaglogam – tracking, angling, rafting, mountaineering

4. Walong – spectacular landscapes and a place full of bamboos

5. Hot Spring – picturesque plateaus and snow clad hills

6. Dong – snow capped mountains

7. Kibithoo – pine forests, waterfalls, beautiful flowers


Anjaw District Facts: This is the second least populous districts of India. This is the easternmost district of India. Five hydro-electric projects namely Halai Pani, Mati Nala, Yapak Nala, Dunai Nala and Kaho are situated in this district.           


Major Agricultural Products: Maize, millet, rice, beans, cardamom, orange, pears, plum, apple


Major Horticulture Products: Hingori, Dhuna, Hollock, Bhola, Jutuli, Pine, Bamboo, Cane, Orima, Fak Dima


Fauna: Deer, Musk Deer, Squirrel, Bear, Boar, Monkey, Wold, Lac, Snakes


What is Anjaw District Famous For: Snow clad mountains


Anjaw Pin Codes

Last Updated : Thursday Jun 14 , 2012