Map of Changlang District, Arunachal Pradesh
Changlang District lies between the Latitudes 26°40’N and 27°40’N, and Longitudes 95°11’E and 97°11’E. It is bounded by Tinsukia District of Assam in the west and Lohit, Namsai and Anjaw Districts of Arunachal Pradesh in the north and Tirap District of Arunachal Pradesh in the southwest and international boundary with Myanmar (Burma) in the east and south.
Except Miao, Diyun, Bordumsa and Kharsang circles and a few narrow strips of flat land in some parts of Changlang, Jairampur, Vijoynagar, Nampong and Namtok circles, the whole district is hilly area. The hills ranging from 200 to 4500 metre in height generally slopes down towards northwest. The highest peak in the district is Daphabum (4500 metre) above sea level.
Changlang district is having 362 Villages, 3 Statutory Towns, 15 Administrative Circles and 4 administrative Sub-Divisions which depicted in the district map with a total population of 1,48,226 persons out of which 76,948 Males and 71,278 Females as per 2011 census. The sex ratio indicates 926 Females per 1000 Males. The literate population is recorded as 59.80 percent of the total population. The decadal growth rate of the population during 2001-2011 is recorded 18.18 % for the district.