Located in the state of Arunachal Pradesh and an ultimate place to visit, East Kameng is one of the largest districts of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Seppa is the district headquarters of the city and major area of the region remains covered with the Himalayas.
East Kameng Travel guide is incomplete without a mention of its rich cultural and spiritual legacy. Most of the tribal people carry out a form of slash and burn agriculture which is known as Jhum. Presently, horticulture based on apples and oranges is becoming progressively more popular in the town.
The region around the Kameng River has conventionally under the lead of the Mon kingdom, Bhutan, Tibet and the Ahom kingdom. Lamaism got a powerful foothold among the tribal groups as early as in the 7th century, where the Kachen Lama founded the Lhagyala Gompa in Morshing.