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Seven Sisters of India – Complete Information About North East India States

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Know thy neighbours-

Commonly known as the Seven Sister States, is an amalgamation of undulating hills, rolling valleys and tranquil hamlets. It comprises of the seven Indian states namely Arunach...

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History of Northeast India

Northeast India originated in the 19th century during British rule in India. Between 1839 and 1873, it was a part of the Bengal Province. After India became independent in the year 1947, the Northeastern region consisted of Assam, Manipur and Tripura.

Eventually, the other...

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1. Arunachal Pradesh

Referred to as the least explored state in India, is wild and pristine. It is an interesting mix of snow-capped peaks, emerald green forests and gushing streams th...

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2  Assam

Sprawling over an area of 78000 square kilometres, is the largest state in Northeast India . It takes pride in conserving the One-Horned Rhinoceros which is near extinction. Assam is also ...

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3  Meghalaya

, popularly known as the ‘Abode of Clouds’ , is one of the most beautiful states in our country. It is packed with a plethora of natural spectacles and reward tourists with endless...

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4. Manipur

One of the least explored states in India,It is commonly known as the ‘Land of Jewels’ and reward visitors with bountiful nature. Manipur is an effortless blend of rolling green hills, dense forests, tranquil lakes and exquisite landscapes.

Manipur welcome...

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5. Mizoram

Nestled in the mountainous terrain, Mizoram is the land of the Mizos, the native inhabitants. Dotted with verdant forests and teeming with wildlife, this region is a piece of heaven for nature lovers and thrill-seekers. Mizoram shares its borders with Bangladesh and Myanm...

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6. Nagaland

Bordered by Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland is one of the exquisite Northeast Indian states. This region is known for its famed Hornbill Festival that features culture, folk music, dance and delicious food. Around 16 indigenous tribes are living in Nagaland.

The quaint triba...

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7. Tripura

Covering an area over 10,000 square kilometres, Tripura is the third-smallest state in India . This region is all about hilly terrain and tribal villages in an idyllic setting. Tripura is the home to 19 indigenous tribes and exhibits a culture that is unique yet unusual.

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Culture & Festival of Northeast

Northeast Indian states boast of several festivals that are a riot of culture and tradition. Every indigenous tribe has its unique festival and such celebration takes place throughout the year.

The traditional costumes that people wear during the occasions are one of the many highlights of ...

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