Here’s how Northeast India is out of the league for the rest of India
by Vibhuti Gupta, Thursday, July 26, 2018
Northeast India remains to be the untouched zone of our diverse country. With green lush of forest and amazing views, Northeast India is the right place to witness natural beauty and scenic views.
Famously known as 'The Seven Sisters', a combination of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura; the Northeast India also has a brother, Sikkim!
Relatively unexplored, this place brings you a chance to meet new people and experience different cultures. However, there are some things that surely make the Northeastern stand out from the rest of us.
Do you want to know what they are? Well, read below!
Home to India's oldest and largest paramilitary force
Founded in the year 1835, the 'Friends of the Hill People & Sentinels of the Northeast', Assam Rifles is India's oldest and largest paramilitary force.
7th most enriched biodiversities of the world
We've heard all about the flora of the northeastern states but not many know that NE's geographical location makes it a hotspot of various native and rare species of fauna and flora.
Welcome to India's first 'No-Honking' city: Aizwal
Aizwal, the capital of Mizoram, India is the first city where there is a ban on honking!
The best place for tea-lovers
It might be a small state but it is also the largest tea growing region in the world!
World's small inhabited river island: Guwahati
Known by the name of Umananda Island in the River Brahmaputra, it also has a temple by the same name.
Where in the metropolitan cities, we can only imagine our society being dowry-free, northeastern India has already succeeded. Learn, maybe?
The cleanest village in Asia: Mawlynnong in Meghalaya
This place is a true dream. The whole region is pretty spick and span.
Nearly 220 languages are spoken in Northeastern states
Apparently, the languages and cultures here are a mix of Tibetan, South-East Asian and East Indian culture.
INCREDIBLE NORTHEAST INDIA. So when are you going?