Lower Dibang Valley District

Population: 53986 (2011)

State: Arunachal Pradesh

Language: Adi, Idu

Headquarters: Roing


Date of formation: Lower Dibang Valley District was bifurcated from Dibang Valley District on 16th December 2001.

Area: 3,900 square kilometers

Density of population: 14 people per square kilometer

Literacy Rate: 70.38 % - Male: 76.62 %, Female: 63.56 %

Male Female Ratio: 1000:919


Boundaries of Lower Dibang Valley District


North: Dibang Valley District, Arunachal Pradesh

South: Tinsukia District, Assam

East: Lohit District, Arunachal Pradesh

West: East Siang District, Upper Siang District, Arunachal Pradesh


Lower Dibang Valley District Cimate: The climate is hot in summer with high humidity and May is the hottest month. The areas of Desali and Hunli have moderate summers and extreme cold winters.  

Lower Dibang Valley District Average Rainfall: 3418.80 mm





Major Rivers: River Dibang, Deopani, Iphi-pani, Eze, Diphu Nallah, Abha Pani, Dotung, Sisiri

Sub Divisions: Roing, Hunli, Dambuk

Circles: Roing, Koronu, Dambuk, Paglam, Hunli, Desali

Assembly Constituencies: Dambuk, Roing


Lower Dibang Valley District Nearby Attractions


1. Kampona Pond

2. Mayudia

3. Mehao Lake

4. Mehao Wild Life Sanctuary

5. Sally Lake Resort

6. Nehru Van Udyan Forest Park

7. Iphipani

8. Nijomaghat

9. Hunli

10. bhimaknagar

11. Rukmini Nati

12. Ita and Padum Pukhuri


Lower Dibang Valley District Facts: This is the tenth least populated district in India.     


Major Agricultural Products: Paddy, maize, mustard, millet


Major Horticulture Products: Orange, banana, ginger, pears, pineapple, papaya


Flora: Mekai, Simul, Titachampa, Gamari, Hollock, Khokan, Bamboo, Canes


Fauna: Mishmi Takin, Red Goral, Elephant, Wild Water Buffalo, Leaf Muntjac, Sclater’s Monal, Blyth’s Tragopan, Rufous-necked Hornbill, White Winged Wood Duck, Bengal Florican, Flying Squirrel


People: Tribal people namely Idu-Mishmis, Adi, Mishings, Galo


Festivals: Reh, Solung, Ke-Meh-Ha, Ali-Aa-Ligang, Mopin


What is Lower Dibang Valley District Famous For: Rich flora and fauna, ancient archaeological sites


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Last Updated : Thursday Jun 14 , 2012