Friday , January 28 2022

North Eastern India

Shillong: Scotland of the East

Shillong: Scotland of the East

Shillong was the capital for composite Assam before independence. It became the capital of Meghalaya after their separation. The name “Shillong” was adopted, as the location of the new town was below the Shillong Peak. This city was the capital of composite Assam till 1969 when the autonomous state of …

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Top 15 Attractions to visit in Assam

Top 15 Attractions to visit in Assam

The gateway to the Northeast, Assam, boasts some of the most beautiful and scenic places in India. Be it nature, or religious places, or historical sites, Assam has it all, and much more. Also, the mighty Brahmaputra flowing through the state makes it all the more enchanting. Assam has so …

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Top 10 Places to visit in Itanagar

Top 10 Places to visit in Itanagar

Itanagar is the capital of one of the seven sisters of India, Arunachal Pradesh. Located in the luscious mountains of the Himalayas is a scenic and cultural beauty that is Itanagar. When one thinks of the North-East, the first things that come to mind are the mountain ranges and the …

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Top 15 Places to visit in North-Eastern India

Top 15 Places to visit in North-Eastern India

Just like the “Seven Wonders” of the world “Seven Sisters” of India has got a very interesting history and splendid beauty. The Seven Sisters of India are Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram, Manipur and Nagaland. Each state has its own uniqueness and visiting here will give you a different …

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Lunglei: Brigde of Rocks

Lunglei: Brigde of Rocks

Lunglei is a hill district and the second most populated of the seven districts of Mizoram. The district headquarters of Lunglei lies in the town with the same name. Lunglei means a ‘Bridge of rocks’. It was named after an actual bridge of rock found in the riverine area surrounding …

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Jorhat: Tea Capital of India

Jorhat: Tea Capital of India

If you are planning a trip to Assam, it can’t be complete without a stay in Jorhat. As the tea capital of India, Jorhat is the second-largest urban city after Guwahati. This city is the perfect blend of Modernity and culture. As people of different culture lives in Jorhat, they …

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