Changlang district is situated in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, found south of Lohit locale and north of Tirap region. Starting at 2011 it is the second most crowded region of Arunachal Pradesh, after Papum Pare. It falls in an area that gets high precipitation. The district is wealthy in untamed life with ious sort of vegetation. The locale has the two fields and good countries. The vast majority of the fields are in the valley of Dihing. The territory is inclined to intermittent surges. As indicated by the 2011 enumeration Changlang region has a populace of 147,951, generally equivalent to the country of Saint Lucia. This gives it a positioning of 598th in India out of a sum of 640 areas.
The locale has a populace thickness of 32 tenants for each square kilometer 83/sq mi. Its populace development rate throughout the decade 2001– 2011 was 17.96%. Changlang has a sex proportion of 914 females for every 1000 guys, and a proficiency rate of 61.9%. Places to visit are World War II graveyard in Jairampur, Indo-Myanmar Bordertown Nampong and Pangsau Pass. Somewhere else of premium is Bordumsa where the rich culture of the Tais and Singpho exist. The Namdapha Tiger hold is situated in Miao town of this area. Dialects talked are of jeopardized Sino-Tibetan tongue with 30 000 speakers, talked in the northeastern piece of the region.