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Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast
Exotic Destinationss NorthEast

North East - Paradise Unexplored

North East Paradise Unexplored

North East - India's North East is a land of undulating hills and plains with luxuriant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna. Northeast India is the eastern-most region of India. It comprises of the contiguous Seven Sister States (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura), and the Himalayan state of Sikkim. The Siliguri Corridor in West Bengal. The region shares more than 4,500 kilometers (2,800 mi) of international border (about 90 per cent of its entire border area) with China (southern Tibet) in the north, Myanmar in the east, Bangladesh in the southwest, and Bhutan to the northwest.

The Northeast region can be physiographically categorised into the Eastern Himalaya, the Patkai and the Brahmaputra and the Barak valley plains. Northeast India has a predominantly humid sub-tropical climate with hot, humid summers, severe monsoons, and mild winters. Along with the west coast of India, this region has some of the Indian sub-continent's last remaining rain forests, which support diverse flora and fauna and several crop species. Reserves of petroleum and natural gas in the region are estimated to constitute a fifth of India's total potential.

Northeast India constitutes a single linguistic region with about 220 languages in multiple language families that share common structural features. Northeast India has over 220 ethnic groups and equal number of dialects. The hills states in the region like Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland are predominantly inhabited by tribal people with a degree of diversity even within the tribal groups. The region's population results from ancient and continuous flows of migrations from Tibet, Indo-Gangetic India, the Himalayas, present Bangladesh and Myanmar.

Places to visit

Tripura

Tripura Sundari Temple - Temple is situated in the ancient Udaipur, about 55 km from Agartala, believed to be one of the holiest Hindu shrines in this part of the country. Tripura-Sundari-Temple-North-east-exotic-destinations Popularly known as Matabari, crowns in a small hillock and is served by the red-robed priests who traditionally, minister to the mother goddess Tripura Sundari. Considered to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas, consists of a square type sanctum of the typical Bengali hut. It is believed that Sati's right foot fell here during Lord Shiva's Nataraj Dance. The temple consist a square type sanctum with a conical dome. It was constructed by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya Debbarma in 1501, there are two identical images of the same deity inside the temple. They are known as Tripura Sundari (5 feet high) and Chhotima (2 feet high) in Tripura. The idol of Maa Kali is worshiped at the temple of Tripura Sundari in the form of 'Soroshi'.

Bhuvaneshwari Temple - Bhuvaneswari Temple in the famous Hindu temple situated on the bank of Gomati at Udaipur in Tripura. The Temple is immortalised in two of Rabindranath Tagore's Tripura-Bhuvaneshwar-Temple-North-east-exotic-destinations plays – namely Rajarshi and Bisharjan. Travelling just 55 km from the capital city Agartala, the Bhuvaneswari Temple Tripura is a rare specimen of temple architecture. The temple of Bhubaneswari at Tripura was built by Maharaja Govinda Manikya, is located near the old Royal palace of Maharaja Govinda Manikya constructed during 1660-1675 A.D.

Neer Mahal - Neermahal (meaning "Water palace") is a former royal palace built by King Bir Bikram Kishore Debbarman of the erstwhile Kingdom of Tripura,India in the Tripura-Neer-mahal-North-east-exotic-destinations middle of the lake Rudrasagar in 1930. It is situated in Melaghar, 53 kilometers away from the Agartala, the capital of Tripura. The palace is situated in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake and assimilates Hindu and Muslim architectural styles.The palace is the largest of its kind in India and the only one in Eastern India. There are only two water palaces in India another one is the Jal Mahal in Rajasthan.Known as ‘Lake Palace’ of Tripura.

Tepania Eco – Park - epania Park situated in Tepania Gram Panchayet under Matabari R.D Block. In an area of 155 hectares inside Tripura-Tepania-Eco–Park-North-east-exotic-destinations radhakrishorepur reserve forest with charming ambience of natural beauty, In an area of 155 hectares inside radhakrishorepur reserve forest with charming ambience of natural beauty, Tepania has become a huge tourist attraction.Location: 5 km away from Udaipur and 45 km from Agartala.


Assam

Kamakhya Temple - The Kamakhya Temple also Kamrup-Kamakhya is a Hindu temple dedicated to the mother goddess Kamakhya. It is one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti Pithas. Assam-Kamakhya-Temple-North-east-exotic-destinations Situated on the Nilachal Hill in western part of Guwahati city in Assam, India, it is the main temple in a complex of individual temples dedicated to the ten Mahavidyas: Kali, Tara, Sodashi, Bhuvaneshwari, Bhairavi, Chhinnamasta, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi and Kamala.Among these, Tripurasundari, Matangi and Kamala reside inside the main temple whereas the other seven reside in individual temples.It is an important pilgrimage destination for general Hindu and especially for Tantric worshipers.

Umananda Temple - Umananda Devaloi is a Shiva temple located at the Peacock Island in the middle of river Brahmaputra just opposite the office of the Deputy Commissioner of Assam-Umnanda-Temple-North-east-exotic-destinations Kamrup or the Kachari Ghat in Guwahati. It was built by the Ahom King Gadadhar Singha (1681–1696), who was a devout Shaivaite.It is known as smallest inhabited riverine island in the world. Country boats that are available on the bank of Brahmaputra take the visitors to the island. The mountain on which the temple has been built is known as Bhasmacala.

Nabagraha Temple - Navagraha Temples are temples devoted to Navagraha - the nine (nava) major celestial bodies (Grahas) of Hindu astronomy. These celestial bodies are Assam-Navagraha-Temple-North-east-exotic-destinations named Surya (Sun), Chandra (Moon), Mangala (Mars), Budha (Mercury), Brihaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu (North Lunar Node) and Ketu (South Lunar Node). Many temples in South India contain a shrine dedicated to the Navagrahas. However, the term Navagraha temples refer to a cluster of nine separate temples, each an abode of one of the Navagrahas.

State Museum - The Assam State Museum is located in the southern end of Dighali Pukhuri tank which is in the heart of Assam-assam-state-museum-North-east-exotic-destinations Guwahati city, Assam. The Museum was established by the Kamarupa Anusandhan Samiti (Assam Research Society) in 1940. Late Kanklal Baruah was founder president. In the year 1953, it was taken over by the State Govt.

State Zoo - The Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden (popularly known as Guwahati Zoo) is the largest of its kind in the North East region and it is spread across 432 acre Assam-State-Zoo-North-east-exotic-destinations (175 hectare). The zoo is located within the Hengrabari Reserved Forest at Guwahati, India. The zoo is home to about 895 animals, birds and reptiles representing almost 113 species of animals and birds from around the world.

Brahmaputra River - Also called Tsangpo-Brahmaputra, is a trans-boundary river and one of the major rivers of Asia.With its origin in the Angsi Glacier, located on the northern side of Assam-Brahmaputra-River-North-east-exotic-destinations the Himalayas in Burang County of Tibet as the Yarlung Tsangpo River, it flows across southern Tibet to break through the Himalayas in great gorges (including the Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon) and into Arunachal Pradesh (India), where it is known as Dihang or Siang. It flows southwest through the Assam Valley as Brahmaputra and south through Bangladesh as the Jamuna (not to be mistaken with Yamuna of India). In the vast Ganges Delta, it merges with the Padma, the popular name of the river Ganges in Bangladesh, and finally the Meghna and from here it is known as Meghna before emptying into the Bay of Bengal.

Meghalaya

Cathedral Church - The Cathedral of Mary Help of Christians is a Cathedral in Shillong, Meghalaya. It is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Shillong which covers Meghalaya-Cathedral-Church-North-east-exotic-destinations the Khasi and Jaintia hills of Meghalaya. The Cathedral is the principal place of worship of the over 300,000 strong Catholics of the Shillong Archdiocese which covers the Khasi and Jaiñtia Hills of Meghalaya. An Archdiocese is a “diocese" or area under the jurisdiction of an Archbishop. In all there are 33 church districts or “Parishes” in the Shillong Archdiocese. The Cathedral Church was built over 50 years ago.

Lady Hydari - Lady Hydari Park is one of the well-known attractions in Shillong. The Park is frequently visited by locals and is a well-visited tourist spot of the region. Named after the Meghalaya-Lady-Hydari-Park-North-east-exotic-destinations first lady of the province, Lady Hydari, wife of the Governor of Assam, the Park is spread over an area of more than a kilometer and features a mini zoo that has about 73 species of birds, 140 species of reptiles and other mammals. The Lady Hydari Park is very avidly maintained and is an ideal place to spend some peaceful time. You may sit in the green garden and relax while reading a book or just enjoying the beautiful nature around.

Elephant Falls - Several places in Meghalaya resonate with the sound of thundering waterfalls that cascade downhill slope, spraying its surroundings with a delicate mist of water. Meghalaya-Elephant-Falls-North-east-exotic-destinations In and around Shillong there are numerous waterfalls: Bishop Falls, Elephant Falls, Spread Eagle Falls, Sweet Falls, Crinoline Falls and Beadon Falls are the best known.In Sohra, the heavy rainfall has sculpted many natural rock formations and waterfalls. The cascading Nohsngithiang waterfalls at Mawsmai, the hauntingly beautiful Nohkalikai falls, and the Dain Thlen falls, where according to folklore, a man-eating monster called the Thlen. was chopped into pieces. Natural rock carvings of the episode draw visitors to see the image of the Thlen, the symbol of greed, corruption and evil. The Jaintia Hills and the Garo Hills too have their share of beautiful waterfalls, notably the Tyrchi falls en route to Jowai and the Pelga falls near Tura in Garo Hills.

Golf Course - Shillong is the capital and hill station of Meghalaya, also known as "The Abode of Clouds", one of the smallest states in India. It is the headquarters of the Meghalaya-Golf-Course-North-east-exotic-destinations East Khasi Hills district and is situated at an average altitude of 4,908 feet (1,496 m) above sea level, with the highest point being Shillong Peak at 6,449 feet (1,966 m). Shillong is the 330th most populous city in India with population of 143,007 according to the 2011 census.It is said that the rolling hills around the town reminded the European settlers of Scotland. Hence, they would also refer to it as the "Scotland of the East". The population density of the state of Meghalaya in the 2000s was 342 people per sq mile.

Cherrapunji - Cherrapunji (the historical name Sohra is more commonly used) is a sub divisional town in the East Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. Meghalaya-Cherapunji-North-east-exotic-destinations It is credited as being the wettest place on Earth, although nearby Mawsynram currently holds that record. Cherrapunji still holds the all-time record for the most rainfall in a calendar month and in a year: it received 9,300 mm (366 in) in July 1861 and 26,461 mm (1,041.75 in) between 1 August 1860 and 31 July 1861.

Nohsngithiang Falls - ohsngithiang Falls (also known as the Seven Sisters Waterfalls or Mawsmai Falls) is a seven-segmented waterfall located 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) south of Mawsmai village in Meghalaya-Nohsgithiang-Falls-North-east-exotic-destinations East Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. The water falls from a height of 315 metres (1,033 ft) and has an average width of 70 metres (230 ft) making it one of the tallest waterfalls in India. In the Sohra area, there are several waterfalls because of the heavy rainfall including Nohkalikai Falls and Dain Thlen Falls. The Jaintia Hills and the Garo Hills also have many waterfalls, notably the Tyrchi Falls en route to Jowai and the Pelga Falls near Tura.

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