Bomdila is the headquarters of West Kameng district in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Bomdila is one of the 60 constituencies of the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Bomdila is a Himalayan small town and also headquarter of West Kameng district in Arunachal Pradesh, India. It is situated at an altitude of 2,217 m above sea level. It is a remote destination and now days it is a popular tourist spot among others north-eastern Himalayan tour spots. It is famous for its scenic vicinity, Tibetan Buddhist culture, apple orchards and ethnic people & there lifestyle.
Bomdila is nature. No one can imagine about the hidden beauty of the great Himalayas, if you miss Bomdila after reach at Arunachal Pradesh. It changed its color in every step. At bottom it is green, at middle it is various shed of gray and at top snow-capped white peaks. Actually, there have a lot of attractions for every tourist. Bomdila itself offers a magnificent cool climate and a panoramic view of the snow-covered Himalayas. Artistic people and their culture and lifestyle are another attraction at Bomdila. Bomdila also famous for apple orchards, you can take a walk through them. There has three Buddhist monasteries or Gomphas of Tibetan culture. Trekking is a common adventurous activity at Bomdilla.
Bomdila – A Brief History states that Bomdila belonged to the kingdom of Tibet during the medieval times. In addition, it is said that local tribal rulers and rulers of Bhutan were also involved in ruling this town, time and again. During the British Rule in 1873, this area had been stated as being off-limits. The area around Bomdila was invaded by China in 1962, but later the troops retreated. This part of Arunachal Pradesh has been a controversial subject between India and China ever since 1947.