North-East India always been the first preference among tourists as a spectacular natural wonderland. North-East India consist of 7 states which commonly known as “seven sisters”.
North-East India At A Glance
The 7 states of North East India is Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura. These different states have their own culture, religious, language and also different life style. The North-East India has a wide range of border connected with Bhutan, China, Myanmar and Bangladesh which is 2000km long. It connected the rest of India with a narrow 20km wide corridor of land.
It is consider to be the most unknown and unexplored place which is the boast of some of the most alluring places in the world. The vast and wide range of flora and fauna and also the diversity and variety of people and their different culture separate the region on it’s uniqueness.
Time to time people of different parts of south-east Asia migrated to this place which convert it as a cosmo-cultural place. The North-East India also the home for 166 tribal community who came from different places from centuries. They retain their culture and life style separately from era.
The rich cultural diversity between the community and different states also significantly distinguished. The dense forest, mighty rivers, mountains, valleys with it’s variety of habitats like birds, animals, crocodile, snakes crafted the land as an natural paradise for all.
The lushness of land scape, during monsoon the rain and thunderstorm sweep across the mountains, valleys, forests, where as in winter mist carpets the valleys, thus creating an enchanting atmosphere all around the year for travelers.
North-East India Queen Meghalaya
Meghalaya, The “Adobe of cloud” is one of the most popular tourist destination in North-East India. The capital of Meghalaya is Shillong is also known as the “gate way of Meghalaya”. The state is well known for Cherrapunji which is famous for highest rainfall in the world.
It is also most wet place in the earth. Living double decker root bridge where trekking and hiking is the great attraction for the tourists. The natural beauty of Meghalaya fascinating through the hills, valleys, waterfalls, lakes , caves all became out of the world when clouds floating on those spectacular landscape.
Shillong is only hill station and the most urbanizes area of the state. The city lies in the center of a plateau and surrounded by hills. Shillong’s rich natural beauty attracts tourist since long. Beside it shillong is the one of educational hub in North-East India.
Shillong is influenced since earlier with the British colonial cultural and architectural society and has been often called “Scotland of the East”. The Ummium Lake is a natural lake and the only water source of the Shillong.
Another tourist loving place near Shillong is the famous village Mawlynnong, which was awarded in 2003 as cleanest village in Asia by Discover India. The village is also known as “Gods Own Garden”. The village is amazingly clean, every where in the road they placed a wooden dustbin for natural disposal of trash.
Mawlynnong village sets an example to the world that how to keep clean naturally if the effort could be followed. Along side it’s cleanliness the village records 100% literacy rate.
The Umngot river which is the cleanest river in the world is also known as Dawki river flows in Mawlynnong village. The river is so clean, clear and transparent that the surface of the river looks like crystal glass that making the fishes, pables, snakes in the river clearly visible from the top.
The boats on it looks like gliding on the air. The river Dawki is located in Mawlynnong village of Dawki town. The place located near India and Bangladesh border and bottom of the Jayantia hills, just 100km away from Shillong.
Dawki river is became the most visited place in Shillong for enjoying the heavenly beauty of nature for the tourist from all over the world. Meghalaya also the place of rich cultural and traditional heritage of tribes like Khasi, Jaintia, Garo and others.
Manipur The Jewel Of India
Manipur is one of the unexplored natural paradise in North-East India. The valley spread around 22,356 km areas, Manipur is isolated hilly state. It separated in distinct two zones, valley and the surrounded hilly areas. Due to geographical isolation and inaccessibility Manipur is undiscovered to the world. Read More
Frequently Asked Question And Answers :
Ques: 1. What is the best time to visit the North-East India ?
Ans : 1. The best time to visit North- East India is between November to May to avoid Monsoon due to rain.
Ques : 2. Which is the most beautiful state in North-East ?
Ans : 2. The most beautiful state in north-East India is Meghalaya. Magnificent natural fantasy also known as “Adobe of Cloud” Meghalaya consider to be the most popular and beautiful state in North-East.
Ques : 3. What are the type of tourism in North-East India ?
Ans : 3. North-East India is famous for it’s multiple culture of diversified natural beauty. River cruise safari, mountaineering, Jungle safari, trekking as well as adventure tourism also famous among tourists in the region.
Ques : 4. What are the Unique places visit in Meghalaya ?
Ans : 4. Cherrapunji, Mawsynram, Shella pass, Dawki river, Maolinong village are the unique places for tourists in Meghalaya.
Ques : 5. Which time is best for Meghalaya ?
Ans : 5. Meghalaya is consider to be best time to visit is March to June. Other wise if you want to avoid Monsoon then November to February also can be pleasant and fullest of natural freshness after Monsoon shower.