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Arunachal CM invites netizens to explore breathtaking Talon Valley

First Published: 22nd May, 2023 8:40 IST

Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu, extends a warm invitation to netizens to visit the awe-inspiring Talon Valley

Arunachal Pradesh’s chief minister Pema Khandu shares a breathtaking view of Balwa, Talon Valley in the Dibang Valley district and asks netizens to visit the place with a notepad to jot down the poems that will come naturally.

Taking to Twitter, CM Khandu wrote, “Majestic mountains, glistening snow-capped peak, lush greenery around, sparkling clean water ~ if heaven is to be imagined, it’s here at Balwa, Talon Valley in Dibang Valley district. Come visit the place to believe this. Don’t forget to bring a notepad to jot down the poems that will come naturally to you. We are awaiting your arrival. It’s #AmazingArunachal!

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