Land of Seven Sisters & One Brother
An ideal place on planet to explore untouched natural beauty with rich heritage & culture.
North East India - Naturally rich and blessed with mountainous region, seven sister states are living in isolated splendour.
Khublai – Welcome to North East India
The North eastern region of India popularly known as seven sisters the similarity of demographic, cultural and natural heritage combines these seven states as one family.
The richness of wide variety of flora and fauna, the scenic beauty, high mountains, ethnic villages and pleasant weather of Sikkim attracts huge numbers of leisure and adventure traveler from all around the globe.
Almost 80% of region is covered by impenetrable forest and new species of both flora and fauna are regularly discovered followed with numerous National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary.
Norh east India is the land of dark blue mountains, green lap valleys and numerous red rivers nested in the eastern Himalayas the entire area are blessed with non-comparable Wild life, Flora & Fauna and its Colorful people. Thus making it the most beautiful Eco-Tourism destination in South Asia.
The region is well blessed by the nature and has some of the unexplored virgin forestry and eco zones. The cultural inhabited and traditional value can be easily experienced in the way of life.
The economies of the region are totally based on natural resources including Tea, bamboo and handicraft.
Why to visit North East India – Discover the untouched & unexplored region of India’s most desired part.
(Top 10 attractions of North East India)
There are countless no of Heritage, cultural & natural visiting sites in North Eastern part of India, here we have taken TOP ten attraction combining all the seven states of the region, undoubtedly there are endless points one can explore in the region.
Rumtek Monastery (Dharma Chakra) Gangtok (Sikkim)
A short drive of 125 km/4 Hrs from Bagogra (IXB) Airport will take you to the largest historic monastery of Eastern Himalayas; build by his holiness 16th Gyalwa Karmapa. It is the replica of the original Kagyurpa. Now this magnificent gumpa acts as the head quarter of the Dharma Chakra Religious Centre. Further 15 minutes’ walk to downhill from Dharma Chakra Centre takes on to the old Rumtek Monastery which was originally build in 17th century by 9th Karmapa but was destroyed by fire the same sight was re-constructed by his holiness Gyalwa Karmapa.
Tshangu Lake, Gangtok (Sikkim)
40 kms / 2.5 Hrs steady drives from Gangtok will reach you to one of the areas most scenic lake known as Tshangu. The literal meaning of Tshangu in local language is “Source of the Lake. The lake itself is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhist. The lake is about 1 km long and 50 ft. deep and has surrounded by high hills all around. In winter one can see the entire lake frozen. Yak ride and photography can be a memorable experience at the lake side.
Sundarvan National Park (Unesco) Near Kolkata (West Bengal)
Designated as a world heritage site by UNESCO Sundarvan is located in the south east of Kolkata. Sundarvan is the world’s largest formed delta formed by Ganga and Brahmaputra River. It’s also known for its unique mangrove eco system. Sundarvan is largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world. The literal meaning of Sundarvan is Beautiful forests which has named after having large number of Sundari tress in this zone.
The national park is also a biosphere reserve zone and home to the famous royal Bengal tiger, spread in over an area of 130 sq. km. The core area of park is bound by local river matla on the west and east the netidhopani and gosaba on the north.
Gurudongmar Lake, Near Lachen (North Sikkim)
Located at the height of 17100 Gurudnomar Lake is one of highest mountain lake of the world. Its also provide sources streams to the river Tessta of Sikkim region. The legend says that the lake is very much sacred and is named after Guru Padmasamvwa who has conducted rituals here even gurunank the found of Sikhism has visited this holy lake. Located at the height of 17100 Gurudnomar Lake is one of highest mountain lake of the world. It’s also provide sources streams to the river Tessta of Sikkim region.
Darjeeling Himalayan Railways (Dhr) Darjeeling (West Bengal)
World renowned historic DHR is listed as world heritage site under UNESSCO. The ride in toy train is an amazing experience which will certainly offer you an artistically journey through mountain ranges of Eastern Himalayas and is worth taking a ride while visiting Darjeeling. The toy train starts from Siliguri and end till Darjeeling, though it’s a full day journey due to its low speed, one can also enjoy the joy train ride from Darjeeling to kurseong or back and Darjeeling to Ghoom and back.
Tea Garden Darjeeling (West Bengal)
Darjeeling is world famous for its grown tea, known for its color, taste and fragrance. One can easily explore these beautiful gardens and the factory of tea. Staying at tea bungalow of green gardens which will be surely a life time experience.
Kaziranga National Park (Unesco) Kazirnaga (Assam)
Located at the edge of the eastern Himalayas eco biodiversity zone Kaziranga national park is one of finest park combines high species diversity and visibility. A world natural heritage sight host two – third of world’s total population of one horn rhinos, the park boasts highest number of tigers among protected areas in the world and declared as the tiger reserve park in year 2006. The park is also home to large breeding populations of elephants, wild water buffalo, and swamp deer. The park is also acting as wildlife and bird conservation area which is the fasted and most successful in India.
Manas National Park (Unesco) Kazirnaga (Assam)
Located at Himalayan foothills manas national park is country’s finest wildlife sanctuary rewarded as UNESCO world heritage sight, famous for project tiger reserve, elephant tiger reserve and an biosphere reserve in Assam. The park is better known for its rare species of wildlife such as the Assam Roofed Turtle, Golden Languor, Pygmy Hog and Hispid hare. The name mana has derived from goddess mansa and the local manas river.
Majauli Island, Majauli (Assam)
Formed by the river Brahmaputra, majauli in one of the world’s largest river line island and largest freshwater island of South Asia. Majauli has its own cultural and religious value and is also the abode of the Assamese neo-Vaisnavite culture.
The island has reached agricultural tradition and has as many as hundred varieties of rice grown all are without any chemical fertilizer. Handicraft and handloom are another way of economy sustainability.
The Hornbill Festival, Nagaland
Better known as festival of festivals, the hornbill festival is a celebration held in every year from 1st to 10th December in the state of “Nagaland”. The festival is named after Indian hornbill and widely celebrated in state.
To promote and preserve the inter-tribal interaction and to promote cultural heritage of Nagaland, the government and tourism body organizes the hornbill festivals every year in the first week of December.
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