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Apatani Tribe

A secluded valley nestles between the towering peaks of Tibet and the serene landscapes of Bhutan in the far reaches of north-eastern India. Here, in the province of Arunachal Pradesh, where the first rays of dawn kiss the mountain crests, is the home of the remarkable Apatani people.

The Apatani people, originally from Tibet, made Ziro their home many centuries ago. What sets them apart are their unique physical features: a flatter nose, narrower eyes, and a broader face, distinguishing them from other northeastern tribes. Inherently, they have a fair complexion, adding to their distinctiveness.

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