The Largest River Majuli Island of Assam

Majuli Island A multitude of Satras, set in an expanse of land amidst the dynamic Brahmaputra. South Asia’s biggest freshwater island, Majuli Island is a tropical blend of culture, tradition, and religion. It is known as the cradle and cultural capital of the Assamese civilization in the North East region of India. Along with the unique tribal inhabitants, the biodiversity […]

Nagaland Society and Culture

The region of Nagaland is a lovely place to be in and travels to this part of the world surely fill your tours here with a cherishable sight. Enjoy all the benefits here and bask in the pleasures of a great land filled with natural delights. Experience the beauty of the surroundings and enjoy the Naga culture as it is […]

Tezpur – Fast Growing Commercial Hub of Assam

Situated on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, Tezpur has preserved the cultural ethos of Assam from time immemorial. Tezpur derives its name from the Sanskrit root words Tez which means blood and Pura which means town. There are indications that this city was called Sonitpur in ancient India. During the epic war of Mahabharata, this city witnessed a bitter […]

Pelling- A Pleasant Hill Town in West Sikkim

Pelling is a beautiful hill station situated in West Sikkim at an altitude of 2150 meters from sea level.  The town is popular with tourists who go on India tours mainly because people can get a view of the mighty Kanchenjunga Falls the highest mountain peak in India and 3rd highest in the world. The surroundings of the town also provide […]

Aizawl Tourism and Travel Guide – Travel Guide & Tourist Places in Aizawl

Situated among the lush greenery, Aizawl literally means “the home to the highlanders”. Nestled on the high hills, Aizawl proliferates on its bountiful scenic beauty. With hilly terrains, streams, and a rich variety of fauna and flora, Aizawl is an ideal destination for tourists in search of tranquility and serenity. Proving true to its name, Aizawl is located at an […]

Ziro Valley – Mythical Kingdom Of Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro is a beautiful and petite hill station in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in North East India. It is the head quarter of the district of Lower Subansiri. The town is located at a height of 5538 ft to 8000 ft above sea level. This hill station is famous for its greenery, rice hills, lush green hills, pine forests, […]

Along – A Beautiful Hill Stations Of Arunachal

Along is a town in the North Eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh in India. It is the headquarters of the district of West Siang. The Along Valley attracts tourists from around the world due to its spectacular scenic beauty which is enhanced by the presence of the two rivers, namely the River Sipu and River Siyam, and the beautiful mountains […]

Tuensang- District Headquarters & Largest District of Nagaland

Founded in 1947 Tuensang is the largest district in Nagaland and borders Myanmar. Founded for the purposes of administering the northeastern frontier agency which comprised of Tuensang, Mon, Longleng, and Kiphire districts. These days they have combined to be known as eastern Nagaland. Tuensang was under neither the Indian nor Myanmar jurisdiction until there was a merger of two other […]

Tripura Sundari Matabari Temple Most Sacred Hindu Temple in Tripura

Matabari is a stunning Temple located 50km from Agartala in the state of Tripura. Housing the most auspicious of temples in Tripura, the Tripureswari Mandir it is no wonder that pilgrims flock here in the thousands. Most importantly it is considered one of the 51 Shakti Peethas which are described in the Puranas. Location Matabari is located approximately 3 km […]

Agartala: The Capital City of Tripura

The low-key capital of Tripura; Agartala is refreshing, organized, and breathtakingly simple. A little different from much of India, Agartala is culturally diverse. Set so close to the border, the city’s proximity to the Indo-Bangladesh border is a major draw card for those entering or departing from India via land. Agartala was moved to its current location in 1850 while […]