The Chumi Gyatse — like the Niagara Falls that portrays the US and Canada, or the Iguazu Falls at the fringe of Argentina and Brazil — has come to represent the connection between the two neighbors that end up being rivals.
In the course of the most recent year, the Arunachal government and the Army have tried to build up the zone around the falls, which is profoundly loved for Tibetan Buddhists or Monpas on the two sides of the fringe, as a vacationer site. Monpa is one of Arunachal's significant clans, with its populace dissipated in Tawang and West Kameng areas.
The state has manufactured foundation like streets that lead up to the far off Tsechu village close to the Line of Actual Control (LAC), where the Chumi Gyatse falls from a height of 11,000 feet over the sea level. Tsechu, which means 'High temp Water' in the neighborhood language, is more than 110 km east of Tawang.
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