North East India is an enchanting place known for its natural and unexplored beauty. Travellers are often thrilled with the amount of unexplored regions. The ethnic and cultural diversity in ‘The Seven Sisters’ is simply unimaginable. Nagaland Minister Temjin Along shared a video which features the untainted beauty of North East India which are dupes of Tibet, Chile and other places! It is called destination dupe which simply means a place that looks almost similar to another.
Nagaland Minster Temjin Along Shares A Video of North East India
From the mist-kissed valleys to the diverse flora and fauna, ऐसा है अपना Northeast India! 🍃
🎥: finderbridge pic.twitter.com/BgSSYzs4MM
— Temjen Imna Along (@AlongImna) November 15, 2023
North East India’s cultural diversity and natural beauty attract many tourists. Nagaland Minister Temjin Along shared a video of places in Nagaland which are destination dupes of places like Chile, Nepal, Philippines and more. In the post, the ministers wrote that from mist-kissed valleys to diverse flora and fauna, this is North East! And after watching it, we are itching to book tickets and get there.
Wow, this is incredible sir. God’s creation is truly amazing.
— Mosa Resuh (@naga_mosa) November 15, 2023
Netizens are even thrilled watching the destination dupes. One of the users wrote that the place is incredible and God’s creation is truly amazing.
Y Mera India I luv my india and luv u 2 sir…I wish to explore northeast part of India someday …..
— Deependra kumar Mishra (@Deependra739) November 15, 2023
Another user wrote that he wishes to explore North East India someday.
One request sir .focus more on luxury tourism and eco friendly tourism with strict rule..preserve nature don’t get ruined
— parikshit (@Nitroshan2) November 15, 2023
A user requested the minister to focus on luxury and eco-friendly tourism with strict rules to preserve nature.
Sir…. We believe North Indian Tourism can take our country’s tourism to another level 🇮🇳🤗
— Nikhil Kumar (@nikhilkumar83) November 15, 2023
Another user states that the North East can take the country’s tourism to another level.
The Northeastern states have a lot to offer, these being just a handful of them. Every inch of this amazing country is brimming with colour and life. The people and scenery of this region, along with its stories, myths, and fascinating facts, contribute to the region’s overall appeal, leaving you wanting more.
Here’s What You Didn’t Know About The Enchanting Land
1. Land Of Sunrise
The first light of day arrives in Arunachal Pradesh, the easternmost state of India.
2. Largest River Island In The World
Majuli in Assam is the largest river island in the world and it offers beautiful sunset views across the Brahmaputra river.
3. Asia’s Cleanest Village
For all those living in the country’s urban areas, Mawlynnong in Shillong, the cleanest village in Asia, serves as an example.
4. Northeast Is Home To World’s Wettest Place
Meghalaya’s Mawsynram, with its consistently heavy rainfall, is the wettest spot on Earth. It is one of the best things about travelling to North East India for a unique experience.
5. Oldest Oil Well In India
The nation’s oldest oil well is still in use and its first modern oil refinery is located at Digboi, Assam.
6. World’s Largest Tea-growing Region In The World
Assam is a region which is known for growing tea and features lush green tea gardens. Travellers’ lists of North East India’s tourist destinations typically include the state.
7. Literate States Of India
The two North East Indian states, Tripura and Mizoram, are listed as the most literate in India.
8. Scotland Of The East
Shillong is a hill station and often called ‘Scotland Of The East’. It is a picturesque destination with a scenic landscape!
9. Land Of Rhinos
You have to travel to this part of the country in order to get a sight of the rare one-horned Great Indian Rhino, which is another popular tourist attraction in the North East.
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