Tirap district is a district of state of Arunachal Pradesh in India.Khonsa is the Administrative Headquarter of this district.
Geography of Tirap
Tirap district covers 2362 sq. km area. Tirap district is bounded by Myanmar towards South, by Changlang District of Arunachal Pradesh towards the East, by Dibrugarh District of Assam in the North and by Sibasagar (Assam) and Mon (Nagaland) district towards the West
Latitude of Tirap city : 26º 38’ N and 27º 47’ N
Longitude of Tirap city : 96º 16’ E and 95º 40’ E
About Tirap district
District derives its name from the river Tirap which originates in the district and flows through Tirap District of Arunachal Pradesh. Present Tirap District is a part of the north-eastern extremity of India bordering Burma.
Culture of Tirap District
Kiko - Khoam, Sakchin - Tam, Jaam are the main Traditional games of this district. Nocte's Loku, Tutsa's Pongtu, Wancho's Oriya are the main tribes festival of Tirap district. Tribal population consists of the Naga related Nocte, Konyak and Wancho, who traditionally followed Hinduism and Animism, although most of them have converted into Christians. The vibrant folk-culture of the indigenous tribes has attracted many tourists to visit Tirap
Sub division of Tirap District
In Tirap District there is 4 sub division
Administrative Circles in Tirap District
In Tirap District there is 10 administrative Circles
Tourist places in Tirap District
Stilwell Road ( Ledo Road )
World War Ii Cemetery
Lake Of No Return
Namdapha -Tiger Reserve And National Park
Colleges in Tirap District
Tirap Govt. College
Major Crops of Tirap District
Paddy, Maize, Millets and Tapioca are the main crops of this district.