There is poetry in the word Jatinga, the pathway of rain and water. The mist and fog lie like a veil around the beautiful face of a damsel from September to November. Occasionally, the fog lifts revealing a garden village where nature has been bountiful. The village is located on a spur of the Haflong ridge which itself is an offshoot of the main ridge of the Borail range. It is centrally located at the trijunction of the roads leading to Haflong, Lumding and Silchar.

A waterfall at Panimur
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     The junction looks like a natural saddle with the Jatinga river flowing westwards and the Dolong river towards the north. The hill slopes with their grooves and gurgling streams and patches of evergreen trees provide a natural habitat for the birds.

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