Arunachal Pradesh, also known as the ‘Land of the Dawn-lit-Mountains’, is situated on the northeastern tip of India, sharing its borders with China, Bhutan, and Myanmar. It is the largest state in the Northeast region and is nestled in the Eastern Himalayan ranges, boasting numerous turbulent streams, roaring rivers, deep gorges, and lofty snow-clad peaks. Its diverse flora and fauna make it one of the most picturesque tourist destinations in India. Moreover, Arunachal Pradesh possesses a significant capacity for producing hydroelectric power, making it one of the top potential locations for hydropower generation in India. Additionally, the state is abundant in reserves of gas, coal, and mineral oils. The major agricultural produces of the state include Kiwi, large cardamom, citrus fruits, orchids, and medicinal plants.