Paradise North East India | Incredibly Spectacular

North East India – Paradise Unexplored is glorified with an immense spectrum of bio-diversity with a greater impact of endemism. The North Eastern region of India, which constitute the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura are geographically divided into the eastern Himalayan, the Patkai-Naga Hills, Lushai Hills, and the Brahmaputra and Barak valley plains. NE India connected to mainland India by a tiny 22km wide corridor, NE India embraces tourism with a grandeur spirit. Being the treasure house of wide range of flora and fauna of different species, it is the geographical ‘Gateway’ for India’s rare and charming bliss of flora and fauna. North East India holds and represents a proud position of Indo-Myanmar biodiversity hotspot. It is among one of the 25 globally recognized biodiversity spots. The North-Eastern region is a genetic treasure house of plant, animal and other natural resources which plays a significant role in protection and conservation of the green cover on earth. According to reports, the region forms a distinctive part of the Indo-Myanmar hotspot ranking 6th among the other 25 biodiversity hotspots of the world. The region is composed of more than one-third of the country’s total bio-diversity. Leading environmental agencies of the world has made it a priority area of the NE region. It is home to some of the world’s greatest biodiversity and wildlife. Biodiversity, wildlife, culture, tribes, flora, fauna, snow-capped mountains, Himalaya, tropical forests, Buddhist monasteries, ancient villages, rare orchids, unicorn rhinoceros – all this makes North East – The seven sisters a truly splendid ‘a-must-watch-cum-visit’ place.
Why North East ??? It is because NE India is well blessed by Mother Nature and it is at the centre of one of the world’s richest bio-geographic areas. Explore the Tawang, home to the largest Buddhist monastery! Meet the ancient and little seen tribes of Arunachal Pradesh! Search the exotic Unicorn Rhinos on elephant-back! Begin the marvellous walk at the ingenuity of the living root Bridges! Experience a pristine wilderness and one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots! Discover Majuli- the world’s largest river island with its distinct tradition and culture! Witness the tribal festivals celebrating its unique heritage!
Let us draw the picturesque North East India of which it holds an wsteemed position in the tourism map of the country as well as across the globe. Tawang Monastery, founded by Mera Lama Lodre Gyasto, in Arunachal Pradesh is the largest monastery in India. Sela Pass is the high-altitude mountain pass located in the Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh. History reminds a sepoy of the Indian Army named Jaswant Singh Rawat (Mahavir Chakra) fought alone against the Chinese soldiers during the 1962 Sino-Indian War near Sela Pass. The Nuranang Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfall in the country which is unknown to many traellers. Madhuri Dixit’s ‘Tanhai Tanhai’ from the movie Koyla was shot here. Yumthang Valley, a grazing pasture surroundedby the Himalayan mountains in the North Sikkim district of Sikkim. Popularly, known as the ‘Valley of Flowers’ is home to an exotic species of flowering plants. Gurudongmar Lake, is one of the highest fresh-water lakes in the world, located at an altitude of 17,100 ft in the northeast of the Kanchenjunga range. It is the source streams of the river Teesta. The Nathu La pass is a mountain pass in the Himalyas which connects the Indian state of Sikkim with the China’s Tibet Autonomous Region. It is a part of the famous Silk Road. Kaziranga National park, A World Heritage Site declared by the prestigious UNESCO, the park hosts two-thirds of the world’s Great One-horned Rhinoceroses. Mary Curzon, Baroness Curzon of Kedleston, the wife of the Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon of Kedleston were the precursors of the initiative in order to save the One-horned Rhinos. Majuli, being the largest river island in the world is located in the Brahmaputra river, in Assam which is indeed a must visit place to watch the marvellous beauty of nature. Loktak Lake, in Manipur is the largest freshwater lake in the country. It is widely known as the only floating lake in the world. The Keibul Lamjao National Park, which is the last natural refuge of the endangered Sangai (The Manipur Brow-Antlered Deer) is situated in the southern shores of Loktak lake. Khwairaman Bazar is the main market of Imphal, Manipur. It has its own uniqueness of the fact that all its shops are owned and operated by the women community. Hornbill Festival is the one of the largest sacred festival celebrated by the Naga tribal community in Nagaland, the land of festivals. Agriculture, being the theme of the Hornbill fest is celebrated with deep appreciation and fervour. Shilloi Lake, a beautiful natural lake located on the lower hill ranges of Myanmar border in Nagaland, is interestingly is in the shape of a footprint and is the home of a large variety of migratory birds. The Dzukou Valley is a valley located at the border of Manipur and Nagaland which is well known for its natural beauty, seasonal flowers and the overall flora and fauna. Known as Lake Palace of Tripura, Neer Mahal (Water Palace) is the second largest of its kind after the Jalmahal in Rajasthan. The Unakoti Hills hosts an ancient Shaiite place of worship with huge spectacular rock-cut images and stone idols of Lord Shiva. The speciality of The Living Root Bridge in Cherrapunjee, credited being the wettest place on Earth, holds a special distinction because the bridges aren’t built but are grown with the help of the roots of Ficus elastic tree. Strange, yet true!!! Mawlynnong is the cleanest village in Asia located in the East Khasi Hills District of Meghalaya. It is recognized well for its cleanliness. The wastes of the village are collected in the dustbins made of bamboo, later used as manure. In addition to the above mentioned tourism spots, some of the noteworthy places in the pristine North East India are Nohsngithiang Waterfalls, Elephant Falls, Kyllang Rocks, Mawsynram, Siang river rafting, Subansiri rafting, Gorichen Peak, Sandakfu Trek, Phodong Monastery, Yumthang Valley, Ravangla, Tsomgo Lake, Talatal Ghar, Manas National Park, Touphema village, Ujjayanta Palace, Nokrek National park etc.
Blessed with incredible beauty of the nature, the North east India promises to offer their visitors to overcome a fantastic thrilling experience and enjoy the North East India – Paradise Unexplored!


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