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Most Popular tourist destinations for this region are Kolkata, Former Capital of India, Puri & Bhubaneshwar Buddhist Circuit in Bihar, Monastries in Sikkim, Kanchen junga Range of Mountains in Darjeeling etc.

Assam is the gateway to the north-East located between 900-960 East longitude and 24-38 North Latitude, Assam is dominated by the mighty Brahmaputra river that has its origins in Tibet. Indeed, a large part of the state is located in he narrow valley that the rivers has created over the ages. The states population included a startling mix of Dravisians and Aryans and Tibeto-Burmans. Assam has drawn people from diverse cultures and races in different points of time. They are the colorful people, weaving fairy tales in dresses, singing and dancing in clouds and sunshine of pastoral life, creating art out of life adding color to itself.Places to Visit are Guwahati, Kaziranga, Tezpur.

Arunachal Pradesh finds mention in the literature such as the Kalika Purana and in the epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana. It is believed that sage Vyasa meditated here and also that the remains of the brick structure, scattered around two villages in the hills north of ruing was the palace of Rukmini, the consort of Lord Krishna. The sixth Dalai Lama was also born on the soil of Arunachal Pradesh. Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, is a beautiful historic city, also known as 'the Land of the Dawn lit Mountains'.

Orissa was once famous for its majestic battle elephants. But life in Orissa revolved around temples, and that the Oriyas lived lives free of strife, is evident from the fact that the state has few forts or fortified palaces to its credit, indicative of centuries of peace and harmony. Most of the state's attractions are close to each other, and convenient access is provided out of the state capital, Bhubaneshwar. The capital itself is an intriguing amalgam of the old and the new, an emerging modern Indian city, that is steeped in the roots of the traditions of its glorious past, without being overwhelmed by it. Places to Visit are Bhubaneshwar, Puri, Konark.

Sikkim is Wrapped in mists and clouds. A garden state with an incredible variety of orchids, rhododendrons, gladioli and a host of other flowers. Rustling, tumbling streams and torrents. Mountain monasteries and quaint shopping plazas.

Kolkata, three hundred years old, traces its history to the landing of Robert Clive on the banks of the Hooghly beside three villages. It was from here the monumental British Raj was launched in India. The capital of West Bengal, Kolkata is the major entry point.Places to Visit are Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Shanti Niketan, Sundarb.


East India Tourist Destinations




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