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National Geographic to telecast documentary on Arunachal today

National Geographic has prepared a series of documentaries on Arunachal, which will be telecasted on February 20 at its channels on the occasion of Statehood day of the State.

National Geographic to telecast documentary on Arunachal today

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  20 Feb 2021 6:45 AM GMT

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ITANAGAR: With the idea to expose the grandeur of Arunachal Pradesh to the outside world, the National Geographic has prepared a series of documentaries on the state, which will be telecast on February 20 at its channels on the occasion of Statehood day of the State.

National Geographic, along with actor Radhika Madan, will be taking the viewers through the spectacle of nature and have them step into the world of beauty to discover some unique experiences exclusive to Arunachal Pradesh.

The two-part documentary series titled 'Postcards from Arunachal' will premiere on Saturday at 8 pm on National Geographic channel India and Fox Life India.

The series documents the spiritual and wondrous journey of Radhika while exploring the varied destinations spread across the state.

With spectacular cinematography showcasing picture-perfect mountains and tranquil lakes; Radhika, through the immersive National Geographic style of storytelling, also shares her experiences of feeling the peace and calmness at the monasteries, exploring the diverse handicraft tradition and understanding the rich deep culture of the harmonious tribes living in the State.

From highlighting the exotic flora and fauna exclusive to the state to bustling markets amidst the serene hills, extreme sports to adventurous camping in Ziro Valley; viewers will get a taste of the simplicity of the exquisite beauty of the state through the series. The documentary with 22 minutes duration in each part, had been shot at Tawang, West Kameng, Pakke Kessang, East Siang, Namsai, Lower Subansiri, Changlang and Lower Dibang Valley districts of the state.

"At National Geographic, we harness the power of storytelling, technology and stunning visuals to push the boundaries of exploration and provide a deeper understanding of a place. With this documentary series, we have showcased the beauty, serenity and vibrancy that Arunachal Pradesh has to offer to give our viewers an opportunity to understand and appreciate the wonders of the State," a National Geographic spokesperson said. "We are happy to have Radhika Madan as the host; making the experience more enriching and entertaining for our viewers," he added.

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