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East India Tourism

Location: To the east of Son and Kosi rivers

Major Cities: Patna, Kolkata, Aizwal, Shillong

Famous For: Tribal Culture, One-horned Rhino, Puri Rath Yatra, Tea Gardens

Holiday Destinations: Sundarbans, Sarnath, Darjeeling, Kazirnaga

The eastern plains of India drenched by the shimmering waters of holy Ganga and ebullient Brahmaputra, cordially offer to the visitors a different world within India itself. You can see the beautiful and unexplored destinations of Eastern India, showcasing the culture and attractions in this unique part of India. Enriched with green hills, tea estates, wildlife sanctuaries, views of the towering Himalayas, temples, buddhist sites, East India has many fascinating tourist destinations, which are relatively unexplored. Here, you can see the sun rise over the Bay of Bengal, travel to the Kaziranga wild life sanctuary in Assam and see the one-horned Rhinoceros, tour the amazing Konark temple in Orissa and see the magnificent view of Mt Kanchenjunga from Darjeeling, on your East India Tour.

There are a few states in the north east part of India, which are untouched by time and history. The dense forests of North East have in abundance rhinos, orchids and birds and butterflies. There still prevails the tribal life that is unknown and unconcerned about modern upheavals. This region is popularly know as the seven sister’s state i.e Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Meghalaya and is aptly dubbed as the hidden treasures of India.

  • Andaman & Nicobar Andaman & Nicobar

    A bird's eye view shows this cluster of 350 small and large islands as small, green speaks staggered on the vast blue waters..

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  • Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh

    Right at the top of north-eastern India, crowning its six clustered sisters like a protective helmet, is Arunachal Pradesh..

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  • Assam Assam

    The largest of the states in the northeast of India is Assam whose capital, Guwahati, has an inspired location on the banks..

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  • Bihar Bihar

    Bihar is intimately known as Buddhist circuit of India. In 6th Centaury BC, Bihar was marked a blazing trail of Buddhism religious..

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  • Chhattisgarh Chhattisgarh

    Chhattisgarh, carved out of Madhya Pradesh came into being on 1 November 2000 as the 26th State of the Union..

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  • Jharkhand Jharkhand

    The newfound state Jharkhand represents a heady mix of tourist attractions evergreen forests, wildlife, lakes, waterfalls..

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  • Manipur Manipur

    The green state of Manipur, and Imphal its capital, has all the fine, merged, tints of a water colour. Faiths and traditions..

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  • Meghalaya Meghalaya

    Meghalaya is one of the country’s newest states with its capital at Shillong. For long a summer retreat of the British, the beautifully..

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  • Mizoram Mizoram

    The youngest state Mizoram, formerly known as the Lushai Hills is situated in the North Eastern Corner of India. It is flanked by..

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  • Nagaland Nagaland

    Nagaland is a world apart. Nature resplendent in all her full-bodied glory. Exquisitely picturesque, vibrantly colourful..

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  • Orissa Orissa

    Orissa has a chequered history which has successfully assimilated and synthesized the best of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu..

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  • Sikkim Sikkim

    Tucked away in the foothills of the Himalayas, Sikkim is a Himalayan wonderland with its lovely views and exotic ..

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  • Tripura Tripura

    Tripura is a tiny state in the North-East of the country. It has extensive international border with Bangladesh and, in fact ..

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  • West Bengal West Bengal

    Calcutta, three hundred years old, traces its history to the landing of Robert Clive on the banks of the Hooghly..

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