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China's claim over the entire state is disputed as it includes the regions of South Tibet and Aksai Chin, which are currently administrated by India. The name Arunachal Pradesh means "land of the dawn-lit mountains" in Sanskrit. The Buddhist Mauryan emperor Ashoka is often credited with having founded its original capital, Champa (now Tawang), in 260 BCE; however, there are no records to support this claim. Historically attested tribal peoples include Nyishi (a subgroup of Mishmi), Naga, Monpa and Adi; they continue to live in or near their traditional homelands today while also participating fully in the political life of modern India's democratic republic.