Premiere on Statehood Day today
ITANAGAR, Feb 19: A two-part documentary series titled Postcards from Arunachal is all set to premiere on the occasion of the 35th Statehood Day of Arunachal Pradesh tomorrow on the National Geographic India and Fox Life India.
The documentary series hosted by actress Radhika Madan, will take viewers to the picturesque State of Arunachal Pradesh. It 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 the Ziro Valley – viewers will get a taste of the simplicity of the exquisite beauty of this State through this series.
“Arunachal Pradesh as a State is truly a veritable treasure house of nature and culture and has a lot to offer to tourists from all over the world. From serene monasteries to beautiful mountains, deep-rooted traditions and tribes who live harmoniously together, we are happy to have partnered with National Geographic who along with Radhika Madan, have put together a series that is truly representative of the beauty of the State and we are happy to premiere it on a special day,” said Chief Minister Pema Khandu.
Talking about her experiences and association with National Geographic India, Radhika said, “The journey means so much more to me than just travel. This is my first ever solo trip and that made this shoot even more special. The gorgeous hills, the beautiful harmonic culture, the thriving and diverse wildlife, truly made me fall in love with this place. I have always loved travelling but this time, I explored it through the lens of National Geographic India and they brought in their unique perspective, making this trip even more memorable. This film will always be close to my heart and I am thrilled that I get to share this experience with all my fans.”
Postcards from Arunachal will premiere tomorrow at 8 pm on National Geographic Channel India and Fox Life India.