East India

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Kaziranga National Park is located in north-eastern state of Assam is one of the most beautiful natural parks in India. natural habitat of a horned rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis), Kaziranga is situated on the south bank of the Brahmaputra River, northeast of Assam’s capital Guwahati. It was founded as a hunting reserve in 1908, which included […]

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Kalimpong is a quiet and picturesque hill station of West Bengal is the tea river. It lies at the foot of the Himalayas at an altitude of 1250 m, next to the state of Sikkim and very close to Darjeeling and Gangtok. Small town living in Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet and the Bengali population can be […]

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Itanagar the capital of the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh is an enchanting city that fascinates with its mystical appeal and an ultra-modern attitude. The town is dwarfed by the imposing presence of mountains of snow-capped Himalayas in the northeast, while the plains of the Brahmaputra river stretch your arm on the south side. The […]

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Gauhati, or Guwahati, the ancient capital of the state of Assam was previously known as the “Pragiyotishpura” (Light of the East). This city rich in history dating back to 6th century is also the most advanced and important city of Assam. The name suits Guwahati significantly due to its topography and the structure and the […]

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Gangtok, “Spirits Hill” or the “Hill apartment building in Gangtok monastery in 1716.” Gangtok is a city that, until you can see, no one that there is a photo history books. In the mystery laden mists prayer flags whip in the wind, the wheels turn in the hands of Lamas mumbling invocations to God, and […]

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The capital of Assam, India is on the northeast corner of the country. Dispur City is both the capital of Assam (India’s rural segregation) and the main suburban Guwahati. Dispur city became the capital of the state after the former capital, Shillong, left the union to become the capital of Meghalaya. Dispur City is a […]

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Darjeeling is the hill station and most important organizations in the Indian state of West Bengal. Darjeeling is 686 km in the plains of Calcutta, located at an altitude of 2134 meters with a backdrop of snow-capped peaks of the mighty Himalayas. You can get a clear view of the third highest and most powerful […]

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Located southwest of Mahanadi, Bhubaneswar is the capital of Orissa. name ‘Bhubaneswar’ in Sanskrit means “God’s world.” Bhubaneswar became the capital of Orissa in 1948 after independence of India. The city also served as the capital of ancient Kalinga. Today is the commercial hub of Orissa. It is said that there was a time of […]

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The life of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, is associated with the small town of Bodhgaya. It is one of the four holiest cities of Buddhist faith. The Mahabodhi Temple is the main attraction of this city and is near the place where Buddha attained enlightenment. Bodhgaya is not only an important Buddhist pilgrimage […]

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