86 kms north of Silchar, is the little town called Haflong. Filled with oranges, peaches, pera and pineapple Haflong is a part of the North Chachhar Hills.
In 1830, the Dimasa king Gobinda Chandra was assasinated by his own specific Gambhir Singh, behind that the British annexed the southern part of the kingdom on 14th August 1832 below the doctrine of Lapsi. The rest was lined by last Dimasa General Tularam. In 1837 a portion of Tularam's kingdom was promote annexed to the British Empire & constituted into a sub-division of Nagaon district in 1837 with Head quarter at Asalu. In 1854, on the death of Tularam, the outstanding portion of his empire was finally annexed to the British Empire & added to the Asalu sub-division. In 1867 this sub-division was abolish & apportioned into three parts among the districts Cachar, Khasi & Jaintia Hills & Nagaon. Later on it became a part of India.
One of the most beautiful places in Arunachal Pradesh, it’s an Ornithologists paradise. Its just beautiful, the natural beauty. It takes you away since the city lights; become a bootlegger as you witness the different moods of nature. One of the best places for the nature lover - this place who s name means White Ant Hillock.