About Arunachal Pradesh
With an area of about 8.4 Mn ha, Arunachal Pradesh is the largest among the 7 North-Eastern states of India and shares its international border with Bhutan, China and Myanmar. The geographic location of the state provides immense opportunities for international trade with South Asian countries. Major industries of the state include agriculture, art and crafts, weaving, cane and bamboo, horticulture, power and mineral-based industry. The state has one of the highest potentials for generating hydro-power in India. It is divided into five river valleys having immense hydropower potential, currently estimated at 50,328 MW, or approximately 22 per cent of India's current power generating capacity. The state is endowed with an evergreen forest cover of over 82%. Rich flora and fauna of the state are characterized by 601 species of orchids and over 500 species of medicinal plants.