Dibang Valley District

Population: 7948 (2011)

State: Arunachal Pradesh

Language: Adi

Headquarters: Anini


Date of formation: Dibang Valley was carved out of Lohit District in June 1908 and on 6th December 2011 it was segmented as Dibang Valley Districtand Lower Dibang Valley District.

Area: 9129 square kilometers

Density of population: 1 people per square kilometer

Literacy Rate: 64.80 % - Male: 69.39%, Female: 59.10%

Male Female Ratio: 1000:808


Boundaries of Dibang Valley District


North and East: China

South: Lower Dibang Valley District, Arunachal Pradesh

East: China

West: Upper Siang District, Arunachal Pradesh


Dibang Valley District Average Rainfall: 3281.33 mm

Dibang Valley District Maximum Temperature in Summer: 36 deg C

Dibang Valley District Minimum Temperature in Winter: 0 deg C





Major Rivers: Dibang River, Dri, Mipi, Talon, Embra, Awa

Taluks: Anini

Assembly Constituencies: Anini

Circles: Anini, Mipi, Etalin, Anelih, Arzoo


Dibang Valley District Nearby Attractions


1. Dibang Wild Life Sanctuary

2. Mishmi Hills

3. Mipi

4. Alinye

5. Anrim Valley

6. Acheso

7. Dambuen

8. Mihundo


Dibang Valley District Facts: This is the largest district in Arunachal Pradesh and it is the least populated district in India.  


Best Time To Visit: November to March


Festivals: Reh, Ke-me-ha


Fauna: Mishmi Takin, Red Goral, gongshan Muntjac, Sclater’s Monal, Flying Squirrel


What is Dibang Valley District Famous For: Sparkling waterfalls, loitering wild animals, dashing rivers, heavy rainfall, lush green vegetation, moderate climate, chirping birds


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Last Updated : Thursday Jun 14 , 2012