Ngyarisatam or Kyarisatam or Nyegyi Kangtsang is a mountain of the Eastern Himalayas located in East Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh state of India on the border with Tibet. Ngyarisatam (as referred to by Puroik and Nyishi tribes in East Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh) has an elevation of 7,047 metres (23,120 ft).

Ngyarisatam is one of the highest mountains in Arunachal Pradesh. The Kameng, one of the most important rivers in Arunachal Pradesh, is fed by several glaciers such as Ngyarisatam Glacier on the eastern flank of Ngyarisatam. The northern flank of the mountain is drained by the Subansiri.

On October 23, 1995 five members of an Indian expedition under the leadership of MP Yadav succeeded in the first ascent of the Ngyarisatam over the northeast ridge.

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