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Commonly known as the Seven Sister States, Northeast India is an amalgamation of undulating hills, rolling valleys and tranquil hamlets. It comprises of the seven Indian states namely Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura and Mizoram. Sikkim is the newest addition and became the eighth state in the year 2002.

Enriched with diverse flora and fauna, these places are away from the tourist circuit. There history, culture and traditions are varied and deep-rooted in the past. Every destination is a slice of paradise and warm locals await to welcome visitors.


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History of Northeast India

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 states were formed from the larger region of Assam. Shillong was the capital of Assam during British Raj. Later in the year 1972, Meghalaya was formed and Shillong became the state capital. Finally, Assam’s capital was shifted to Dispur.


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1. Arunachal Pradesh

1. Arunachal Pradesh

Referred to as the least explored state in India, Arunachal Pradesh is wild and pristine. It is an interesting mix of snow-capped peaks, emerald green forests and gushing streams that look straight out of the postcard. Arunachal Pradesh is the home to 26 indigenous tribes and over 500 exotic bird species.

No wonder, it promises visitors with adventures to cherish forever. This region is all about the raw beauty of nature that cannot be found anywhere else. Inhale the mountain air or seek solace amidst the serene environment, this place has everything that can calm your anxious mind.


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2  Assam

2 Assam

Sprawling over an area of 78000 square kilometres, Assam is the largest state in Northeast India . It takes pride in conserving the One-Horned Rhinoceros which is near extinction. Assam is also popular for its tea and silk. This region reward visitors with a picturesque landscape and flavoured cuisine.

A large area of Assam is draped in verdant tea estates. It is also the home to one of the oldest pilgrimage site, the Kamakhya Temple that attracts countless devotees from different parts of India.


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3  Meghalaya

3 Meghalaya

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 possibilities. The population mainly comprises of tribal people and boasts of a rich heritage dating back to the centuries.

The living root bridges are the main attractions of Meghalaya and entice visitors across the globe . These are manmade wonders built by the Khasi people to cross the gushing streams and rivers. The living root bridges concentrated around Mawlynnong and Cherrapunji.


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4. Manipur

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 visitors with verdant hues and pleasing climate. Apart from natural wonders, it is packed with ancient monuments and temples. Shri Govindji is one of the largest temples dedicated to Lord Krishna and Devi Radha . Make sure to witness the famed Sangai Festival that digs deep into the authentic culture and heritage of Manipur.


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5. Mizoram

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 Myanmar.

With vibrant festivals in an idyllic setting, Mizoram is one of the least discovered regions in our country. The intricate work of the tribal artisans is one of the many highlights of Mizoram. Apart from the scenic beauty, Mizoram is known for its traditional food which is a real treat to the taste buds.


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6. Nagaland

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 tribal villages, wildlife sanctuaries and untamed forests offer an unusual charm to every traveller visiting Nagaland. Here, people wear the traditional tribal attire that looks pleasing to the eyes. Some of the main attractions of Nagaland include Dzukou Valley, Japfu Peak, Kachari Ruins and more.


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7. Tripura

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.

This region is a mix of tribal and Bengali culture where everyone lives in peace and harmony. From sightseeing to trekking and sumptuous food, Tripura has something to offer everyone. Some of the top tourist attractions include Ujjayanta Palace, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary, Chittagong Hills, Tripura Sundari Temple and more.


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Culture & Festival of Northeast

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 these fairs and festivals. Some of the major festivals include Assam’s Bihu Festival, Nagaland’s Hornbill Festival, Shillong’s Autumn Festival, Manipur’s Chapchar Kut, Tripura’s Kharchi Puja and more.

The culture of Northeast India showcases a tribal culture that is hard to find in other parts of India .


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