Swami Vivekananda once said, "…next only to Kashmir, Assam is the most beautiful place in India"
Assam the state offers every kind of tourist attraction ranging from historical monuments and temples to tea gardens and hill stations. A state with an abundance of forest, Assam also has five national parks, around half a dozen other wildlife sanctuaries, and is home to two-thirds of the population of the unique one-horned rhino. Another aspect that separates Assam from the rest of Indian states is the rich composite culture of the state.
Gorgeous waterfalls, gurgling brooks and raging rivers are the hallmark of Arunachal Pradesh, the land of rising sun. God must have been very pleased with the people as we see the first ray of sun in Indian soil kissing the mountains of Arunachal Pradesh. To get the most out of a state unexplored, one need to just open their minds and enjoy being in Arunachal, soak in the beauty of nature by being one. The first thing a traveler would notice is the aura of a tribal belt, culturally rich like any other seven sisters, seemingly a region painted with bright and light colours.
Unscathed and purely untouched, Manipur swears to be the grand discovery for the travellers. Legends say that discoveryof Manipur is the result of the delight the God took in dancing. From serene landscapes, exotic wildlife, ancient relics, temples and monuments, floating islands to the warmhearted locals, Manipur has it all. Manipur is also well-known to the rest of the world as the birth place of the game of 'Polo'.
Meghalaya, also known as the Abode of Cloud, is one of the most beautiful states in India and attracts many thousand travellers every year from both outside the country and within. Meghalaya Tourism takes you on a tour of a kaleidoscope of culture, people, nature and languages. Nature has blessed Meghalaya with abundant scenic beauty but above all with simple and hospitable people.
Comfortably tucked away within the hills, Mizoram is famous for its scenic beauty and bracing climate. A trip to Mizoram can soothe the frayed nerves. Hence it is perfect for leisure travelers.
Mizoram is a land of rolling hills, valleys, rivers and lakes, it has the most varicolored hilly terrain. This place lures nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts alike.
Among the North-Eastern states, Nagaland stands out as a land of diverse tribes, systems of governance, cultures, sheer color and variety. Nature could not have been kinder to Nagaland, sometimes referred to as the Switzerland of the East; the exquisitely picturesque landscapes, the vibrantly colorful sunrise and sunset, lush and verdant flora; this is a land that represents unimaginable beauty, molded perfectly for a breath taking experience.
The third smallest state in the country, the exquisitely beautiful state of Tripura adds to the India's rich cultural heritage. This beautiful place, surrounded by lush green hills, verdant valleys and transparent waterscape with lots of myths and legends attracts tourists from across the world. The states traditional art, culture, archaeology, history, flora and fauna and biodiversity, which are one of its kind, always provide magic charm on casual visitors and tourists.
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