Anini is a faraway land located in Arunachal Pradesh's Dibang valley. Anini, a little-known destination in India's easternmost state, is a promised paradise. Anini in Arunachal Pradesh is the well-kept secret of Northeast India, home to the Idu Mishmi Tribe. Anini is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh's Dibang valley. To get to Anini, one must travel 225 kilometres from Roing, passing through Mayudia Pass and Hunli. We travelled for more than ten hours to get there. A few centuries ago, the far-flung Anini was off-limits to strangers. Arunachal Pradesh's little town of Anini is surrounded by massive mountains and lush green fields. The ambience of the city is calm and pleasant.