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  • home to seven states that include Assam, Meghalya, Mizoram, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Tripura together referred to as “Seven Sisters”
  • Assam with its tea garden beauty .
  • North East Tourism

    1. 1. North East Tourism An unexplored paradise North East Tourism offers heavenly destinations to explore the greenery and natural beauty for a lifetime experience. This is a presentation of the images of the prismatic beauty of the destinations and its attractions by
    2. 2. North East India is home to seven states that include Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Tripura together referred to as “Seven Sisters” with its brotherly state Sikkim. North east India tourism is a constituent of exotic hills and plains blended with lush green backdrop to transform into an abode to a wide variety of rare and exotic flora and fauna.
    3. 3. Assam Tourism The gateway to the north eastern part of the country, Assam shaped like a bird with wings stretching along the length of the mighty Brahmaputra river, is bestowed with lush green meadows, fertile plains, the enormous Brahmaputra river, the beautiful hills, the blue mountains, the wonderful looking tea plantations, the rich flora and fauna.
    4. 4. Assam Tourism attractions Tea garden Kamakhya Mandir Rhino Bihu Dance
    5. 5. Meghalaya Tourism Meghalaya , Abode of Clouds’, Bestowed with plentiful natural elements and landscapes, has earned a place in the global map as one of the must-see destinations in the world. The presence of subtropical forests, rare plant and animal species, longest and deepest caves and a series of landlocked water bodies make the place a dream destination for nature lovers and tourist . The home to three indigenous tribes , the Khasis, the Jaintias and the Garos , Meghalaya is a multi cultural, multi ethnic and multi religious land showcasing an extraordinary fusion of traditional and modern lifestyle.
    6. 6. Meghalaya Tourism attractions Mawsmai-cave Meghalaya Nohkalikai-Falls Double Decker Bridge
    7. 7. Arunachal Tourism At the foothills of Himalayas, Arunachal Pradesh , Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains’, hosts a plenty of picturesque settings adequate to lure tourists from across the globe. With Lush green mountains, historical edifices, national parks, museums, monasteries and, sacred pilgrimage sites historical edifices, national parks, museums, monasteries and, sacred pilgrimage sites, ancient temples, adventure tourism etc Arunachal Pradesh tourism caters to all tastes and choices. The people of the are mostly of tribes namely Khamptis, Notches, Adis, Wanchos ,Yobin, Monpas, Apatani ,Khambas, Membas etc with different heritage and cultural background and are very simple and sober .
    8. 8. Arunachal Pradesh Tourism attractions Tawang Tawang Beauty Madhuri Lake i Arunachal Lake Monastery
    9. 9. Sikkim Tourism Sikkim is a place with pristine beauty and purity with snows, mountains and colourful butterflies, picturesque landscapes and bountifulness of natural resources and a paradise for adventure freaks.Sikkim is a concoction of Buddhism and Tibetology with so many monasteries across the state. Three ethnic groups of people , Lepchas, Bhutias and Nepalese , represent a synthesis of three diverse cultures, traditions, religions in Sikkim. It is admix of various religion and cultures.
    10. 10. Sikkim Tourism attractions Landscape Paragliding Monastery Mountain view
    11. 11. Tripura Tourism Tripura is a fusion of plain lands, valleys, hills, woods and transparent water bodies that normally soothes the nerves of nature lovers with its rich history, tradition, culture and festivals . Tripura tourism comprises of nature tourism, religious tourism, archaeological tourism, water tourism and eco park. A place of many tribal and scheduled tribes communities , in Tripura Bengali, KakBarak and various dialects of the Tripuri language are common.
    12. 12. Tripura Tourism attractions Ujjayanta-palace- Wildlife Sanctuary Neer mahal
    13. 13. Manipur Tourism Manipur is a paradise on Earth because the land creates relationship with cascading waterfalls, serene lakes, winding rivers and roads with its culture, people, dances, traditions and natural beauty in quite an extensive manner. Rare and dancing deer called `sangai’ is a major attraction of Manipur Tourism. The inhabitants of the state come from a warrior background.
    14. 14. Manipur Tourism attractions Loktak-Lake Manipur Largest freshwater (sweet) lake in India Sangai Deer Govindajee-temple In manipur War Cemetery In Imphal
    15. 15. Mizoram Tourism Mizoram, the land of Blue Mountains is bestowed with scenic valleys and quaint villages combined with hills and deep gorges, the lush green landscape , beautiful waterfalls ,rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. The culture of Mizoram reflects the quintessential lifestyle and traditional heritage of the inhabitants of the Mizoram, popularly known as the 'Songbird of the North East. The traditional music of Mizoram is usually accompanied with dance and drama.
    16. 16. Mizoram Tourism attractions Vantawng-Waterfalls Mizo Dance Phawngpui Peak, the Blue Mountain Dassam Falls
    17. 17. Nagaland Tourism Nagaland is a fusion of rarest flora and fauna inhabited in its greenery surroundings covering hillocks and valleys all around. Nagaland tourism is a constituent of attires, tradition, cultural heritage, folklores and festivals, trekking, camping and many more related to its people and places. The population of Nagaland is made up of sixteen tribal groups with their distinctive cultures. Each tribe wears their clan motifs in colorful traditional dresses, has its own dialect, customary practices and traditions
    18. 18. Nagaland Tourism attractions
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