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Unexplored Destinations of North East India

Have you ever explored the North East of India? It's a beautiful destination waiting to be explored.

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It's the easternmost inhabited place in Arunachal Pradesh. It is surrounded by lush forests. Despite challenges, it's crucial due to its strategic location near Myanmar. 

Vijaynagar, Arunachal Pradesh 

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Situated in the Brahmaputra River, this vibrant island is a cultural hub in Assam. Festivals like Raas are celebrated with energy.

Majuli, Assam

They use traditional methods to produce high-quality tea. The aroma & flavor are something special.  You can visit, learn about the process, & even take some tea home!

Nilai Tea Estate, Manipur

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Ever thought of communicating through whistles? That's how the people of Kongthong in Meghalaya do it! They've been using this unique language for generations.

Kongthong, Meghalaya

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Phawngpui mountain overlooks the Chhimtuipui River and Myanmar's hills. It's a treasure trove of flora and fauna. It is the highest peak in Mizoram.

Phawngpui, Mizoram

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Kiphire, Nagaland, is the "Land of Minerals"! It's got rich deposits of coal, limestone, nickel, and more. These resources play a vital role in industries like steel and cement.

Kiphire, Nagaland

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Located near Sadam, South of Sikkim, it's a picturesque cliff overlooking the confluence of Teesta and Rangeet rivers, Himalayas, Kalimpong town, and Peshok tea garden.

Tarey Bhir, Sikkim

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This architectural marvel in Rudrasagar Lake was the summer retreat of the royal family. It's a blend of Hindu and Mughal styles, and its beauty is unmatched.

Neermahal, Tripura