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A slideshow with pictures from North East India by GypsyFeet Travels.

A slideshow with pictures from North East India by GypsyFeet Travels.

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  • 1. “Care to Explore” Images from North-East India GypsyFeet Travels contactus@gypsyfeettravels.com © 2010
  • 2. Western Arunachal – a land of Towering mountains and Mystic monasteries
  • 3. The 400 year old monastery at Tawang, second largest in the world
  • 4. The Monpa tribe of Western Arunachal practice Tibetan Buddhism
  • 5. Buddhism is a way of life here
  • 6. And so is having fun..
  • 7. Practicing a few moves
  • 8. Monastery at Bomdila: en-route to Tawang
  • 9. The North-East of India is home to numerous tribes, each with its own cultural identity
  • 10. Back from the weekly market: near the Myanmar border
  • 11. Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
  • 12. Hornbill headgear of the Nishi tribe: Zero, Arunachal Pradesh
  • 13. Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
  • 14. Apatani tribal woman: Zero, Arunachal Pradesh
  • 15. Colorful local market – leafy greens and fruits
  • 16. Traditional silk weaves : Sualkuchi weaver’s village, Assam
  • 17. Bodo tribal lady weaving
  • 18. Traditional silk weaves : Sualkuchi weaver’s village, Assam
  • 19. Vibrant patterns on a shawl: Arunachal Pradesh
  • 20. Local market run by women: Ima market, Manipur
  • 21. Woman carrying firewood: near Japfu peak, Nagaland
  • 22. Village community house : Khonoma village, Nagaland
  • 23. Practicing songs for the choir, Khonoma village, Nagaland
  • 24. Bodo woman at a market, Ultapani, Assam
  • 25. Making rice cakes, Bodo woman at a market, Ultapani, Assam
  • 26. With his hunting gear, Apatani man, Arunachal Pradesh
  • 27. Kids at play, Dirang, Arunachal Pradesh
  • 28. An old WWII road, Assam/Arunachal Pradesh border, Ledo
  • 29. Myanmar border, Arunachal Pradesh
  • 30. The Eastern Himalayas form the perfect backdrop to the Brahmaputra valley
  • 31. The Jia-Bhorali river, a great place for angling and dipping
  • 32. Kaziranga National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • 33. Elephant Safari, Kaziranga National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • 34. A guest house in Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • 35. A guest house in Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • 36. Mustard fields at Majuli, largest river island in the world, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • 37. Crossing the Brahmaputra, lifeblood of the North-East
  • 38. Golden Langurs, Ultapani, Manas Biosphere, Assam
  • 39. Elephant festival, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  • 40. Storks roosting on flowering tree, Majuli river island, Assam
  • 41. Sunset on the Brahmaputra, Guwahati, Assam
  • 42. Vaishnavite monks dancing the Sattriya Nrittya, Assam
  • 43. Intense conversation: One-horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  • 44. Jeep Safari, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  • 45. Cherrapunjee, place with the highest rainfall in the world, Meghalaya
  • 46. Guest house with machan, cleanest village in Asia, Mawllynong
  • 47. Cleanest village in Asia, Mawllynong
  • 48. Kids selling grape-fruit, Mawllynong
  • 49. Bridge made of living tree roots, Meghalaya
  • 50. Flower-lined pathways, Mawllynong, Meghalaya
  • 51. Watch-tower made of bamboo, Mawllynong
  • 52. Memorial stone, Khonoma village, Nagaland
  • 53. WWII War Cemetery, Kohima, Nagaland
  • 54. If it moves, it can be eaten: marketplace at Nagaland
  • 55. A house on stilts, Eco-camp near Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  • 56. Tea-garden near Jorhat, Assam
  • 57. For further information on how to visit North-East India get in touch with us: contactus@gypsyfeettravels.com +91-9177660028 < All photographs are copyright of Gypsyfeet Travels>