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About North East India

The land where the first rays of the sun kiss the nature at its best. That's none other than Northeast India, which is a wonderland where every attraction leaves you with an expression 'wow'. Northeast India captures the hearts of tourists by offering them attractions such as the Blue Mountains, gorgeous green valleys, mesmerizing rivers, and pristine natural beauty. Rich in diversity and cultural heritage, Northeast India is well known for its hill stations, wildlife, pilgrimages, adventure sports, and cruises. Northeast India is well known for its hill stations, wildlife, pilgrimages, adventure sports, and cruises. Northeast India is the easternmost region of India. Northeast India is commonly called the land of ‘seven sisters’. The region consists of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, and Sikkim.

About North East India Info

North East India Info is about giving you all the necessary information for Travellers and for Students study materials which will help you to understand the region. A region within India barley making any headline in International and National Media. A Paradise Unexplored.

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Hi, I'm Partha Protim Saikia author and founder of this website. A Geographer and Traveler love to explore and do research. I'm native to Northeast India from the state of Assam.
MA in Geography
2nd Rank Holder
PGDGI in Geo-informatics
3rd Rank Holder
Here, I'm sharing with you all the experiences and information of our beloved Northeast India States.



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