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Barail Range of Assam | North East India Info

The Barail Range is a group of mountain or high ridges and watershed between the Brahmaputra and Barak rivers. The terrain ranges from flat and undulating in the river valleys, to mountainous with steep slopes. Located in Dima Hasao district of Assam a state of India (Latitude: 25° 16' 27" N - Longitude: 93° 20' 51" E)

Purvanchal Range of Northeast India | Patkai-Purvanchal Range | North East India Info

The Purvanchal Range or Patkai-Purvanchal Range is a sub-mountain range of Himalaya, covering an area of about 94,800 km2 with a population of over 4 million incorporates Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram Hills and Chachar Districts along with a fifth of Haflong tahsil of Assam State and District of Tripa and part of Lohit in Arunachal Pradesh. Its length from north to south is about 755 km and the maximum width from east to west is about 615 km.

Black Rice-Nutrition, Recipe & Benefits | Manipuri Black Rice | Forbidden Rice

Black rice is a type of rice that belongs to the Oryza sativa L. species.The rice endosperm, which is translucent with grey to almost black color, turns deep purple when cooked. [1] My first encounter with Black Rice got me very fascinated and curious about this rice. At that time I thought I'm going to cultivate this rice in our own firm land as experiments see how it performed in our agricultural land. We also cultivated Assamese Red Rice (local name is Bao Paddy ) and 10 different varieties of local (native) rice.

Northeast India Physiography and Physiographic Divisions

Northeast India located in the extreme northeast corner of the Indian subcontinent with diverse physiography and relief features. In general, the region may be divided into three physiographical regions that are Plateau region, Plain regions and Mountain region.Because of its diversity of physiography the region endowed with rich and varied biophysical environments bounded by hills and mountains on its three sides except a narrow gap in the west.