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Tripura Tourism

Surrounded by Bangladesh on three sides, the lush mountains and valleys of TRIPURA became part of India in 1949; since then, its fate has been entwined with that of Bengal . Partition and the subsequent creation of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh ) in 1948, followed by war, famine and military regimes forced millions of Bangladeshis […]

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Treks and Adventure in Sikkim

Sikkim is one of the finest destinations for Trekking, simply because a trek in this jewel embedded in snow clad mountains provides the most fascinating, charming and awe-inspiring closeup views of the Sikkim mountains. Add to this the richness of culture, tradition and religious spirits, it turns out to be a picture postcard version of […]

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Fairs and Festivals of Sikkim

As most Sikkimese festivals are held as per the Buddhist calendar. The most interesting spectacle one sees are ritual dances of the Lamas with quaint musical instruments and masks. Losar, Tibetan New Year, involaves a lot of gaiety and festivity. Saga Dawa is a very auspicious day for the Mahayana Buddhists. On this day people […]

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Arts and Crafts of Sikkim

To enrich the memories of your holiday in Gangtok you can carry back the most exquisite souvenirs. Choose from the cunningly crafted furniture, the Lepcha weave bags, Intricately woven carpets and the beautiful artifacts in wood and bamboo. Gangtok is a souvenir hunter’s paradise. Handicrafts: A wide variety of handicrafts is available for the tourist […]

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Fairs and Festivals of Meghalaya

Nongkrem Dance Celebrated during Autumn at Smit, the cultural centre of the Khasi Hills, to essentially commemorate the evolution of Khasi indigenous democratic states called HIMA, which are still functioning today under the Sixth Schedule of the Indian Constitution when these states, earlier acceded to the Indian Union by signing the Instrument of Accession during […]

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Arts and Crafts of Meghalaya

Crafts Weaving is an ancient craft of the tribals of Meghalaya – be it weaving of cane or cloth. The Khasis are famous for weaving cane mat, stools and baskets. They make a special kind of cane mat called ‘Tlieng’, which guarantees a good utility of around 20-30 years. The Garos weave the material used […]

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Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks in Arunachal Pradesh

Name of Sanctuary / National Park District Divisional Headquarters Area in Sq. Kms. Major Animals Found Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary East Kameng Seijosa 861.95 Elephant, Tiger, Gaur, Sambar, Barking Deer, Binturong, Leopard, Four Hornbill Species, peacock, Pheasant, Kalij Pheasant Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary Lower Subansiri Naharlagun 140.30 Elephant, Barking deer, Tiger, Leopard, Serow, Birds, Orchids Dr. D. […]

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Temples and Monuments in Assam

`Institution of Satra These are unique features of Vaishnavism in Assam. Satras are basically monasteries which were propagate neo Vaishnavism. They also became centers for education and dissemination of all kinds of art of harmonius living. Satra culture developed mainly at Majuli, Bardowa, Barpeta, Madhupur etc. When the British invaded Assam in 19th century, missionaries […]

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Fairs and Festivals of Assam

Bihu The most important festivals of Assam are the Bihus, celebrated with joy and abundance by all Assamese people irrespective of caste, creed, religion, faith and belief. In a year there are three Bihu festivals known as Rongali, bhogali and Kangali. The most important and colourful of the three Bihu festival is the Spring festival […]

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Places to visit in Nagaland

State Museum Situated at Kohima, The state museum has a rare collection of artifacts of the different tribes which inhabit in the state. The museum depicts ancestral weaponry, Old Naga currencies, Attire of warriors, Dresses, Longdrums, Artifacts, Carved gatepost, Status pillars, Jewellery etc. One must see for getting an idea of the customs of Naga […]

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