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North-East India comprises of eight states, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura. The borders that are surrounded by North-East India are Bhutan, Myanmar, and Bangladesh. In this blog, we discussed the North-East India Festivals, Languages and Religions. The place is still covered by nature and tribal people live there, in recent days North-East India has been attracted by many people and tourism has started.

Festivals Of North-East India

North-East India still follows there ancient mythology of Indus Valley Civilization, there will be many colorful festivals for every moment of there life like weddings, harvesting, wartime and many others. They wear dresses according to the occasion and musical instruments will be handled by them on their own.

 1. Losar, Arunachal Pradesh 

Which is the New Year for Tibetans, many tribes like Monpa, Sherdukpens, Memba, Khamba and Nah celebrate this festival? It is celebrated for 3 days and the celebration starts on February 11th of every year.

 2. Saga Dawa, Sikkim 

The Saga Dawa is celebrated on Tibetan lunar month by the Buddhist. The full moon which falls on the lunar month middle is called Saga Dawa, it is also known as Months of Merits.

 3. Ambubachi Mela, Assam 

The festival is celebrated in the month of June at the Kamakhya temple. It is popularly called as Mahakumbth of the East, this is believed that the Kamakhya goddess undergoes her annual menstrual cycle and the temple will be closed for 3 days.

 4. Anthurium, Mizoram 

Anthurium is the biggest festival of Mizoram, the festival is named after a flower. The celebration is done to enhance tourism and people enjoy this celebration.

 5. Lui-ngai-ni, Manipur 

The festival is celebrated by all the tribal people to forecast the seed sowing season. It also conveys peace and harmony through the festival. People use crackers and dance to celebrate the occasion.

 6. Hornbill Festival, Nagaland 

The festival is named after a bird, it is celebrated by the tribes of Nagaland. The festival is related to agriculture and people wear their cultural dance for the festival celebration.

 7. Nongkrem Festival, Meghalaya 

The festival is a symbol of harvesting crops, it is celebrated in the months of November. They sacrifice goats for the goddess to convey their gratitude. The people wear their traditional dress and perform their cultural dance.

 8. Kharchi Puja, Tripura 

It is the popular festival of Tripura, performed using the royal household things. The festival is celebrated for about 10 days by sacrificing animal and worship lord Shiva. The festival comes in the month of July.

Languages Of North-East India 

During the 1971 century, North-India has about 220 languages, that come under 3 main categories called Indo-Aryan, Sino-Tibetan, and Austria. These languages are used in ancient days now only a few languages are spoken and are known to people. The majority language that is spoken in specific areas are:

  • Arunachal Pradesh – Assamese Language

  • Assam – Assamese Language

  • Manipur – Meitei, Mizo language

  • Meghalaya – Mizo Language

  • Mizoram – Kokborok and Mizo Language

  • Nagaland – Assamese and Mizo Language

  • Sikkim – Nepali Language

  • Tripura – Kokborok, Meitei and Mizo Language

Religions Of North-East India 

The Religions of North-East India is a combination of all religions. 2011, census of India has listed that:

  • Hinduism constitute 54.06%

  • Islam – 25.07%

  • Christianity – 17.25%

  • Buddhism – 1.37%

  • Jainism – 0.07%

  • Sikhism – 0.07%

  • Other religions – 1.97%

  • Not States – 0.19%

Conclusion 

The tribal people still follow their ancient ways of worship, festivals, and culture. The blog has discussed the North-East India Festivals, Languages and Religions. The people are not adapted to modern civilization, they still follow all mythologies without setting the procedures.…

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North East India Festivals, Languages And Religions

North-East India comprises of eight states, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, and Tripura. The borders that are surrounded by North-East India are Bhutan, Myanmar, and Bangladesh. In this blog, we discussed the North-East India Festivals, Languages and Religions. The place is still covered by nature and tribal people live there, in recent days North-East India has been attracted by many people and tourism has started.

Festivals Of North-East India

North-East India still follows there ancient mythology of Indus Valley Civilization, there will be many colorful festivals for every moment of there life like weddings, harvesting, wartime and many others. They wear dresses according to the occasion and musical instruments will be handled by them on their own.

 1. Losar, Arunachal Pradesh 

Which is the New Year for Tibetans, many tribes like Monpa, Sherdukpens, Memba, Khamba and Nah celebrate this festival? It is celebrated for 3 days and the celebration starts on February 11th of every year.

 2. Saga Dawa, Sikkim 

The Saga Dawa is celebrated on Tibetan lunar month by the Buddhist. The full moon which falls on the lunar month middle is called Saga Dawa, it is also known as Months of Merits.

 3. Ambubachi Mela, Assam 

The festival is celebrated in the month of June at the Kamakhya temple. It is popularly called as Mahakumbth of the East, this is believed that the Kamakhya goddess undergoes her annual menstrual cycle and the temple will be closed for 3 days.

 4. Anthurium, Mizoram 

Anthurium is the biggest festival of Mizoram, the festival is named after a flower. The celebration is done to enhance tourism and people enjoy this celebration.

 5. Lui-ngai-ni, Manipur 

The festival is celebrated by all the tribal people to forecast the seed sowing season. It also conveys peace and harmony through the festival. People use crackers and dance to celebrate the occasion.

 6. Hornbill Festival, Nagaland 

The festival is named after a bird, it is celebrated by the tribes of Nagaland. The festival is related to agriculture and people wear their cultural dance for the festival celebration.

 7. Nongkrem Festival, Meghalaya 

The festival is a symbol of harvesting crops, it is celebrated in the months of November. They sacrifice goats for the goddess to convey their gratitude. The people wear their traditional dress and perform their cultural dance.

 8. Kharchi Puja, Tripura 

It is the popular festival of Tripura, performed using the royal household things. The festival is celebrated for about 10 days by sacrificing animal and worship lord Shiva. The festival comes in the month of July.

Languages Of North-East India 

During the 1971 century, North-India has about 220 languages, that come under 3 main categories called Indo-Aryan, Sino-Tibetan, and Austria. These languages are used in ancient days now only a few languages are spoken and are known to people. The majority language that is spoken in specific areas are:

  • Arunachal Pradesh – Assamese Language

  • Assam – Assamese Language

  • Manipur – Meitei, Mizo language

  • Meghalaya – Mizo Language

  • Mizoram – Kokborok and Mizo Language

  • Nagaland – Assamese and Mizo Language

  • Sikkim – Nepali Language

  • Tripura – Kokborok, Meitei and Mizo Language

Religions Of North-East India 

The Religions of North-East India is a combination of all religions. 2011, census of India has listed that:

  • Hinduism constitute 54.06%

  • Islam – 25.07%

  • Christianity – 17.25%

  • Buddhism – 1.37%

  • Jainism – 0.07%

  • Sikhism – 0.07%

  • Other religions – 1.97%

  • Not States – 0.19%

Conclusion 

The tribal people still follow their ancient ways of worship, festivals, and culture. The blog has discussed the North-East India Festivals, Languages and Religions. The people are not adapted to modern civilization, they still follow all mythologies without setting the procedures.

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A Solo Trip To North East India And Bhutan https://nezccindia.in/a-solo-trip-to-north-east-india-and-bhutan/ https://nezccindia.in/a-solo-trip-to-north-east-india-and-bhutan/#respond Sun, 29 Sep 2019 07:00:18 +0000 https://nezccindia.in/?p=78 North East India And Bhutan

The trip to North-East India and Bhutan has become budget-friendly, it is affordable even for normal people. There are many travel agencies that provide travel services at a nominal cost. The internet has made your planning easier and quicker, Google map helps to plan your trip. You can view the locations, the distance between places and route maps. Bhutan is a place that is covered by mountains, rivers, and many monasteries.

The Tigers’ nest is a popular place in Bhutan. There are many modes of transport to reach the location, you can use the train and buses. IRCTC provides various travel packages for travel requirements. There are many interesting places to visit around North-East India and Bhutan, in this blog we have listed the popular places to visit.

The Best Trip To North East India And Bhutan

North-East India is a mixture of all attractive places, scenery, nature, snow-mounted hills and adventurous locations.

1. Darjeeling

It is located under the foothills of the Himalayas. The places to visit are tea plantations, toy train, Mount Kanchenjunga, Batasia Loop, Peace Pagoda, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, cycling in Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary, Trekking at Tiger hills, Rock Garden, boating in Miril, Tenzing Rock climbing and many.

2. Sikkim

The place is popularly called as brother state of North-East states. Sikkim is covered by mountains, Pemayangtse Monastery, bike trips at Nathula Pass, Lake Tsomgo, Rumtek Monastery, Gurudongmar Lake, Zemu Glacier, Yumthang valley of flowers, Singalila National Park, Camping at Goecha La Pass.

3. Arunachal Pradesh

The meaning of the name is Land of dawn-lit mountains, you can enjoy the many places like Tawang monastery, Lhasa Monastery, the birthplace of Dalai Lama, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, Namdapha National park, Dirang, Parasuram Kund, Daporijo, Trekking at Ziro and Sella Pass, Ziro music festival and many.

4. Assam

The place is surrounded by flowers and plants to get the best scenery experience. The popular places around Assam are the popular tea plantation, Kaziranga National park, boating at Dawki River, Kamakhya temple, a safari at Manas National park, Assam state Zoo and Botanical garden, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Brahmaputra river cruise, Majuli, Jorhat shopping experience and more.

5. Manipur

The place is a combination of many cultural societies, it is the place for many festivals. The famous things to do in Manipur are Taste Bhut Jolokia, shopping at Khwairamband Bazaar shopping, War cemetery, Shri Govindajee Temple, Sendra Island, Keibul Lamjao National Park, Boating at Loktak Lake, ancient Andro village, chariot ride at Moreh and more.

6. Meghalaya

The place is surrounded by clouds, cleanest village fame Mawlynnong, living root bridge, waterfalls, caves, Laitlum Canyon, Cherrapunjee, Balpakram National Park, Umiam Lake, Trekking at David Scott trail, rafting at Baranpani Lake, Kayaking on Kynshi river, camp on Khasi hills and more.

7. Mizoram

The Mizoram is also called Land of the hill people, the Chapchar Kut Spring festival is the oldest festival still been celebrated. The interesting places are Murlen National park, Dampa Tiger reserve, Phawngpui Hills, Vantawng Falls, Luangmual Handicrafts centre, Palak lake, mountain biking at Hmuifang hills, mountain trekking and many.

8. Nagaland

The place is surrounded by beautiful greenery, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, and many colourful festivals. The famous places are War cemetery, Kohima Museum, Tuphema Village, Kachari Ruins, Triple falls, Veda peak, trekking at Dzoukou valley, birdwatching at Khonoma, Safari at Intanki Wildlife sanctuary, Japfu peak and more.

9. Tripura

The Tripura contains many palaces, temples, Ujjayanta Palace, Neermahal, Unakoti, Gumti Wildlife sanctuary, Jagannath Bari, Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura Government Museum, trekking at Jampui hills, boating in Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary and many.

10. Bhutan

The place is surrounded by mountains, forests, and many scenic landscapes. The place is covered with 72% forest, many ancient buildings, graffiti walls, Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan, has Buddha Dordenma, memorial Chorten, Dechencholing palace, Clock tower square, Motithang Takin, Tashichhoe, Simtokha, Dechen Phodrang, Tango and Cheri monasteries. The other popular places are Paro, Punakha, Trongsa, Jakar, Phobjikha, Wangdue Phodrang, Jigme Dorji National park and more.

Conclusion 

Before planning the trip you need to plan and have a handy guide, make a route plan and choose the places. The article contains a detailed list of places to visit in North-East India and Bhutan. You can get the best experience of tourism under your budget and make it affordable.…

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North East India And Bhutan

The trip to North-East India and Bhutan has become budget-friendly, it is affordable even for normal people. There are many travel agencies that provide travel services at a nominal cost. The internet has made your planning easier and quicker, Google map helps to plan your trip. You can view the locations, the distance between places and route maps. Bhutan is a place that is covered by mountains, rivers, and many monasteries.

The Tigers’ nest is a popular place in Bhutan. There are many modes of transport to reach the location, you can use the train and buses. IRCTC provides various travel packages for travel requirements. There are many interesting places to visit around North-East India and Bhutan, in this blog we have listed the popular places to visit.

The Best Trip To North East India And Bhutan

North-East India is a mixture of all attractive places, scenery, nature, snow-mounted hills and adventurous locations.

1. Darjeeling

It is located under the foothills of the Himalayas. The places to visit are tea plantations, toy train, Mount Kanchenjunga, Batasia Loop, Peace Pagoda, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, cycling in Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary, Trekking at Tiger hills, Rock Garden, boating in Miril, Tenzing Rock climbing and many.

2. Sikkim

The place is popularly called as brother state of North-East states. Sikkim is covered by mountains, Pemayangtse Monastery, bike trips at Nathula Pass, Lake Tsomgo, Rumtek Monastery, Gurudongmar Lake, Zemu Glacier, Yumthang valley of flowers, Singalila National Park, Camping at Goecha La Pass.

3. Arunachal Pradesh

The meaning of the name is Land of dawn-lit mountains, you can enjoy the many places like Tawang monastery, Lhasa Monastery, the birthplace of Dalai Lama, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, Namdapha National park, Dirang, Parasuram Kund, Daporijo, Trekking at Ziro and Sella Pass, Ziro music festival and many.

4. Assam

The place is surrounded by flowers and plants to get the best scenery experience. The popular places around Assam are the popular tea plantation, Kaziranga National park, boating at Dawki River, Kamakhya temple, a safari at Manas National park, Assam state Zoo and Botanical garden, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Brahmaputra river cruise, Majuli, Jorhat shopping experience and more.

5. Manipur

The place is a combination of many cultural societies, it is the place for many festivals. The famous things to do in Manipur are Taste Bhut Jolokia, shopping at Khwairamband Bazaar shopping, War cemetery, Shri Govindajee Temple, Sendra Island, Keibul Lamjao National Park, Boating at Loktak Lake, ancient Andro village, chariot ride at Moreh and more.

6. Meghalaya

The place is surrounded by clouds, cleanest village fame Mawlynnong, living root bridge, waterfalls, caves, Laitlum Canyon, Cherrapunjee, Balpakram National Park, Umiam Lake, Trekking at David Scott trail, rafting at Baranpani Lake, Kayaking on Kynshi river, camp on Khasi hills and more.

7. Mizoram

The Mizoram is also called Land of the hill people, the Chapchar Kut Spring festival is the oldest festival still been celebrated. The interesting places are Murlen National park, Dampa Tiger reserve, Phawngpui Hills, Vantawng Falls, Luangmual Handicrafts centre, Palak lake, mountain biking at Hmuifang hills, mountain trekking and many.

8. Nagaland

The place is surrounded by beautiful greenery, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, and many colourful festivals. The famous places are War cemetery, Kohima Museum, Tuphema Village, Kachari Ruins, Triple falls, Veda peak, trekking at Dzoukou valley, birdwatching at Khonoma, Safari at Intanki Wildlife sanctuary, Japfu peak and more.

9. Tripura

The Tripura contains many palaces, temples, Ujjayanta Palace, Neermahal, Unakoti, Gumti Wildlife sanctuary, Jagannath Bari, Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura Government Museum, trekking at Jampui hills, boating in Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary and many.

10. Bhutan

The place is surrounded by mountains, forests, and many scenic landscapes. The place is covered with 72% forest, many ancient buildings, graffiti walls, Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan, has Buddha Dordenma, memorial Chorten, Dechencholing palace, Clock tower square, Motithang Takin, Tashichhoe, Simtokha, Dechen Phodrang, Tango and Cheri monasteries. The other popular places are Paro, Punakha, Trongsa, Jakar, Phobjikha, Wangdue Phodrang, Jigme Dorji National park and more.

Conclusion 

Before planning the trip you need to plan and have a handy guide, make a route plan and choose the places. The article contains a detailed list of places to visit in North-East India and Bhutan. You can get the best experience of tourism under your budget and make it affordable.

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Best Time To Visit NorthEast India https://nezccindia.in/best-time-to-visit-northeast-india/ https://nezccindia.in/best-time-to-visit-northeast-india/#respond Sat, 28 Sep 2019 08:40:03 +0000 https://nezccindia.in/?p=67

North-East India is a beautiful place that is completely surrounded by nature, mountains, and valleys. The floating clouds, raising sun, weather conditions, amidst valley are the most interesting things to experience, jungle safari and many other activities to face. In this article, we are going to discuss the Best Time To Visit North-East India to gain a wonderful experience.

The best time to visit North-East India is monsoon and winter season to feel the nature at its best from November to May. Every place has it own significant location during each season, Kaziranga, Assam, and many hill stations.

During the months of September or December, you can visit Arunachal Pradesh to explore Buddhist monasteries, mountains, and valleys. In the months of November and December, you can enjoy festivals in various locations like Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, and Nagaland.

Most Visit To NorthEast India

The festivals are still followed as in ancient culture, and people are maintaining their culture without getting modernized. The weather changes continuously and is unpredictable, you will experience endless rain and cold weather throughout the day. The winter season showers continue waterfall, surrounded by greenery, snowfall and you can enjoy the weather whole heartily.

Winter Season In North-East India 

The Winter season starts from December and ends in February, the temperature during the winter season at day time is 12 to 22 degrees Celsius and during the night the temperature will be between 0 to 10 degrees Celsius. During the season you will have snowfall, mist cover all places and you can enjoy cool weather. On occasions, the temperature may fall below zero degrees Celsius. The places that you must visit during this season are Gangtok, Richenpong, Pelling, and snow-covered mountains. You must carry necessary heavy woolen clothes and jackets to cover yourself from the cool temperature.

Summer Season In North-East India 

The summer season starts from April and ends in June, the temperature during the season at day time it varies between 22 degrees to 38 degree Celsius and during night time the temperature will be between 10 to 22 degree Celsius. You will not feel hot, but even during the summer you can see snow around the plants and you can have an adventurous journey in the season. The places that you must visit during summer are Kaziranga National park, Ziro valley, Tawang Monastery, Jaintia Hills, Dawki River, Nathu La and also you have fun like going to boating, kayaking, mountain biking, caving, etc.

Monsoon Season In North-East India 

The Monsoon season starts from July and ends in September, the temperature during the season at day time is 18 to 35 degree Celsius and at night time the temperature will be between 9 to 20 degree Celsius. The Places that you must visit during monsoon are the waterfalls, region houses, forest safari, and other adventure activities. During this season you will have heavy rainfall that causes land sliding and blockage of roads. It is always recommended to carry rain jackets and woolen clothes to keep yourself hot. During this season the tourist count will be less and the hotel cost will also below.

Conclusion 

North-East India is now developing its tourism, now many people show interest to visit the location and explore many things. It is always recommended to know about the location in advance to have a beautiful experience. The blog contains the details about the Best Time To Visit North-East India. To gain a beautiful experience do carry the necessary things and clothes according to the weather conditions.…

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North-East India is a beautiful place that is completely surrounded by nature, mountains, and valleys. The floating clouds, raising sun, weather conditions, amidst valley are the most interesting things to experience, jungle safari and many other activities to face. In this article, we are going to discuss the Best Time To Visit North-East India to gain a wonderful experience.

The best time to visit North-East India is monsoon and winter season to feel the nature at its best from November to May. Every place has it own significant location during each season, Kaziranga, Assam, and many hill stations.

During the months of September or December, you can visit Arunachal Pradesh to explore Buddhist monasteries, mountains, and valleys. In the months of November and December, you can enjoy festivals in various locations like Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, and Nagaland.

Most Visit To NorthEast India

The festivals are still followed as in ancient culture, and people are maintaining their culture without getting modernized. The weather changes continuously and is unpredictable, you will experience endless rain and cold weather throughout the day. The winter season showers continue waterfall, surrounded by greenery, snowfall and you can enjoy the weather whole heartily.

Winter Season In North-East India 

The Winter season starts from December and ends in February, the temperature during the winter season at day time is 12 to 22 degrees Celsius and during the night the temperature will be between 0 to 10 degrees Celsius. During the season you will have snowfall, mist cover all places and you can enjoy cool weather. On occasions, the temperature may fall below zero degrees Celsius. The places that you must visit during this season are Gangtok, Richenpong, Pelling, and snow-covered mountains. You must carry necessary heavy woolen clothes and jackets to cover yourself from the cool temperature.

Summer Season In North-East India 

The summer season starts from April and ends in June, the temperature during the season at day time it varies between 22 degrees to 38 degree Celsius and during night time the temperature will be between 10 to 22 degree Celsius. You will not feel hot, but even during the summer you can see snow around the plants and you can have an adventurous journey in the season. The places that you must visit during summer are Kaziranga National park, Ziro valley, Tawang Monastery, Jaintia Hills, Dawki River, Nathu La and also you have fun like going to boating, kayaking, mountain biking, caving, etc.

Monsoon Season In North-East India 

The Monsoon season starts from July and ends in September, the temperature during the season at day time is 18 to 35 degree Celsius and at night time the temperature will be between 9 to 20 degree Celsius. The Places that you must visit during monsoon are the waterfalls, region houses, forest safari, and other adventure activities. During this season you will have heavy rainfall that causes land sliding and blockage of roads. It is always recommended to carry rain jackets and woolen clothes to keep yourself hot. During this season the tourist count will be less and the hotel cost will also below.

Conclusion 

North-East India is now developing its tourism, now many people show interest to visit the location and explore many things. It is always recommended to know about the location in advance to have a beautiful experience. The blog contains the details about the Best Time To Visit North-East India. To gain a beautiful experience do carry the necessary things and clothes according to the weather conditions.

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Cultural Diversity In North East India https://nezccindia.in/cultural-diversity-in-north-east-india/ https://nezccindia.in/cultural-diversity-in-north-east-india/#respond Thu, 26 Sep 2019 07:08:05 +0000 https://nezccindia.in/?p=53 Cultural Diversity In North East India

North East India is also called Seven Sisters that covers Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura states. They also connect Bhutan, Bangladesh, Tibet, and Mynamar on the borders of North-East India. The area is completely covered by green and nature is maintained without any disturbance.

You can find many rare species of the animal, a beautiful collection of plants and flowers. The tribal still follow the culture as followed in ancient days without the influence of modernization. They also shine in their education, many people study in Delhi university and even go to other countries to continue their higher studies.

The North-East multi-cultural show helps them to forecast their talents and cultural. They have a mixed culture of people, Hindus, Christians, Muslims, Jainism, and Buddhists. The cultures of North East India are Nongkram dance from Meghalaya, Dhol Cholom from Manipur, Bardo Chham, Ponung, Wancho Dance from Arunachal Pradesh, Bagurumba, Jhumur from Assam, Chang Lo from Nagaland, Maruni from Sikkim and Bamboo dance from Mizoram.

The North East Cultural India

 Arunachal Pradesh 

  • Bardo Chham is a famous dance culture of Arunachal Pradesh that is performed during festivals. They are performed by Sherdukpen tribes from the West Kameng district. The people wear masks representing 12 different animals and perform using many percussion instruments.

  • Ponung dance culture is performed during harvest time, it is performed by women using the Yoksha music instrument.

  • Wancho dance is performed during festivals, people will be at traditional attire. Men will be holding a sword in their hands and perform dances by thrusting the swords, then women start dancing.

 Assam 

  • Bihu is a dancing culture followed in Assam that is performed during Bihu festival, the dance is performed by young people that symbolize love and affection, they play music by holding pipes and drums and dance in circle formation or rows.

  • Bagurumba is performed during festivals that are performed by women by having instruments like drums and flutes. The dance is inspired by nature.

  • Jhumur is performed by both men and women. Women place their arms around the waist of the next dancer and sway together, men perform music using the instruments. They perform the dance to gain energy.

  • Ojapali is a performance that contains the song, dance and story narration, it is performed by a group of men

 Meghalaya 

  • Nongkram Dance is performed by both men and women, which is performed in the months of May and November. The dance is performed to give their respect towards their god.

  • Ka Shad Suk Mynsiem is performed by young men and women to show their happiness after harvest. The dance is performed by men forming the outer circle and women forming the inner circle. They use different musical instruments like flutes, Spanish, guitars, and percussion.

Tripura 

Hojagiri is performed during festivals like Lakshmi pooja and Durga pooja. The dance is performed by women by balancing bottles or lamps on their heads, men play music with the musical instruments.

Manipur 

Dhol Cholom is performed by men by using the drum. It is performed during the Holi festival to show their happiness, they also do acrobatic stunts while playing the drums.

Mizoram 

Cheraw dance is a dance that is performed between the bamboo staves. The men move in the horizontal and vertical direction and women dance between them. The main task in the dance is that they must not get caught between the staves.

Nagaland 

Chang Lo is the dance that is performed to celebrate the victory by defeating enemies. The dance is performed by wearing warrior dress by men and women support their men.

Sikkim 

Maruni is the dance that is performed during the wedding times, men and women wear a colourful dress. A joker called Dhatu Waray performs to add fun in the dance, nine different musical instruments called Naumati Baja is used in the performance.

Conclusion 

In this blog, we have discussed the Cultural diversity in North-East India that is been followed in recent days also. The modernization around the world has not been accepted by people in North-East India, the culture and habitant remain the same.

 

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Cultural Diversity In North East India

North East India is also called Seven Sisters that covers Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura states. They also connect Bhutan, Bangladesh, Tibet, and Mynamar on the borders of North-East India. The area is completely covered by green and nature is maintained without any disturbance.

You can find many rare species of the animal, a beautiful collection of plants and flowers. The tribal still follow the culture as followed in ancient days without the influence of modernization. They also shine in their education, many people study in Delhi university and even go to other countries to continue their higher studies.

The North-East multi-cultural show helps them to forecast their talents and cultural. They have a mixed culture of people, Hindus, Christians, Muslims, Jainism, and Buddhists. The cultures of North East India are Nongkram dance from Meghalaya, Dhol Cholom from Manipur, Bardo Chham, Ponung, Wancho Dance from Arunachal Pradesh, Bagurumba, Jhumur from Assam, Chang Lo from Nagaland, Maruni from Sikkim and Bamboo dance from Mizoram.

The North East Cultural India

 Arunachal Pradesh 

  • Bardo Chham is a famous dance culture of Arunachal Pradesh that is performed during festivals. They are performed by Sherdukpen tribes from the West Kameng district. The people wear masks representing 12 different animals and perform using many percussion instruments.

  • Ponung dance culture is performed during harvest time, it is performed by women using the Yoksha music instrument.

  • Wancho dance is performed during festivals, people will be at traditional attire. Men will be holding a sword in their hands and perform dances by thrusting the swords, then women start dancing.

 Assam 

  • Bihu is a dancing culture followed in Assam that is performed during Bihu festival, the dance is performed by young people that symbolize love and affection, they play music by holding pipes and drums and dance in circle formation or rows.

  • Bagurumba is performed during festivals that are performed by women by having instruments like drums and flutes. The dance is inspired by nature.

  • Jhumur is performed by both men and women. Women place their arms around the waist of the next dancer and sway together, men perform music using the instruments. They perform the dance to gain energy.

  • Ojapali is a performance that contains the song, dance and story narration, it is performed by a group of men

 Meghalaya 

  • Nongkram Dance is performed by both men and women, which is performed in the months of May and November. The dance is performed to give their respect towards their god.

  • Ka Shad Suk Mynsiem is performed by young men and women to show their happiness after harvest. The dance is performed by men forming the outer circle and women forming the inner circle. They use different musical instruments like flutes, Spanish, guitars, and percussion.

Tripura 

Hojagiri is performed during festivals like Lakshmi pooja and Durga pooja. The dance is performed by women by balancing bottles or lamps on their heads, men play music with the musical instruments.

Manipur 

Dhol Cholom is performed by men by using the drum. It is performed during the Holi festival to show their happiness, they also do acrobatic stunts while playing the drums.

Mizoram 

Cheraw dance is a dance that is performed between the bamboo staves. The men move in the horizontal and vertical direction and women dance between them. The main task in the dance is that they must not get caught between the staves.

Nagaland 

Chang Lo is the dance that is performed to celebrate the victory by defeating enemies. The dance is performed by wearing warrior dress by men and women support their men.

Sikkim 

Maruni is the dance that is performed during the wedding times, men and women wear a colourful dress. A joker called Dhatu Waray performs to add fun in the dance, nine different musical instruments called Naumati Baja is used in the performance.

Conclusion 

In this blog, we have discussed the Cultural diversity in North-East India that is been followed in recent days also. The modernization around the world has not been accepted by people in North-East India, the culture and habitant remain the same.

 

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India is a South Asian country, that contains 29 states and 6 union territory, Delhi being the capital of the country. India is the largest country, holding a sixth position in the world’s population. India is a place where you can find all types of culture together, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity, and Muslims. There are many significant places that are popular in India, the Taj Mahal and many forts are surrounded in Rajasthan, backwater places in Kerala, very few persons wish to go to North-East India to meet tribes. In this blog, we have listed the Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit North-East India in detail for your travel guide.

North-East India is present between Bangladesh, Tibet, Bhutan, and Myanmar. It contains the majority of tribal lands and still people who follow their culture as, like ancient days, you can also find rare species of wild animals, beautiful natural scenery, diversity, people and culture. North-East India is not as popular as other places, in recent days only people started noticing the region and tourism has developed, now it is changing into a new destination. The North-East Indian states are also called the Seven Sister States.

Why You Should Visit Northeast India

1. Tribal People And There Culture  

North-East India is completely different from other places in the world that still follow their ancient culture for ages. It is the place where you can meet many authentic tribal people who are completely away from modern culture. There are more than 200 tribes who look unique, still, follow opium smoking, headhunter tribes from Nagaland, tattoos around there face, Apatani tribes from Ziro Valley worship sun and moon. The other interesting thing is the tribal festival, they celebrate with lots of vibrant color, music and still follow the traditional way of worship.

 2. Rare Species Of Wild Animals  

North-East India is a place which is still evergreen in recent days. There are many UNESCO listed national parks, where you can find many rare species of animals in their own habitat. You have the provision to travel using safaris to explore animals. Kaziranga National park in Assam which has one-horned rhinos, Manas wildlife sanctuary in Assam has many endangered species of animals, Nokrek National park in Meghalaya contains red pandas, tigers, elephant, rare breeds of macaques and marbled cats.

 3. Tibetan Culture 

Northeast India is surrounded by borders of Tibet and mountains of Arunachal Pradesh. In Tawang region is a place where you can find colorful Tibetan prayer flags. There is much religious art present in Tibet like a wide range of paintings, frescos, statues, ritual objects, coins, ornaments, and furniture. Tibetan rug is a type of ancient form of art and craft followed by Tibetan people. Tibetan architecture is influenced by Chinese and Indian approaches.  

 4. Unspoiled Nature and Scenery  

Northeast India is a place that is covered by unspoiled nature and diverse scenery in India. The Himalayas are the most adorable natural place that is followed by grassy plains of Assam, beautiful forest coverage area, waterfalls in Meghalaya. Nature is still fresh, cool, the scenery is exotic and did not get spoiled by nature.

 5. Beaten Track 

North-East India has authentic places, with beaten tracks. The World has faced many modernizations, the beaten track is being still used by peoples in North-East India without destroying nature. The people are so genuine and you can feel closer with them. 

 Conclusion 

North-East India is a place, which is surrounded by nature and beautiful scenery. Tourism has made many arrangements to experience the region using safari, has relaxed permit issues and travel arrangements. The best place to visit the unspoiled nature…

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Northeast India

India is a South Asian country, that contains 29 states and 6 union territory, Delhi being the capital of the country. India is the largest country, holding a sixth position in the world’s population. India is a place where you can find all types of culture together, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity, and Muslims. There are many significant places that are popular in India, the Taj Mahal and many forts are surrounded in Rajasthan, backwater places in Kerala, very few persons wish to go to North-East India to meet tribes. In this blog, we have listed the Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit North-East India in detail for your travel guide.

North-East India is present between Bangladesh, Tibet, Bhutan, and Myanmar. It contains the majority of tribal lands and still people who follow their culture as, like ancient days, you can also find rare species of wild animals, beautiful natural scenery, diversity, people and culture. North-East India is not as popular as other places, in recent days only people started noticing the region and tourism has developed, now it is changing into a new destination. The North-East Indian states are also called the Seven Sister States.

Why You Should Visit Northeast India

1. Tribal People And There Culture  

North-East India is completely different from other places in the world that still follow their ancient culture for ages. It is the place where you can meet many authentic tribal people who are completely away from modern culture. There are more than 200 tribes who look unique, still, follow opium smoking, headhunter tribes from Nagaland, tattoos around there face, Apatani tribes from Ziro Valley worship sun and moon. The other interesting thing is the tribal festival, they celebrate with lots of vibrant color, music and still follow the traditional way of worship.

 2. Rare Species Of Wild Animals  

North-East India is a place which is still evergreen in recent days. There are many UNESCO listed national parks, where you can find many rare species of animals in their own habitat. You have the provision to travel using safaris to explore animals. Kaziranga National park in Assam which has one-horned rhinos, Manas wildlife sanctuary in Assam has many endangered species of animals, Nokrek National park in Meghalaya contains red pandas, tigers, elephant, rare breeds of macaques and marbled cats.

 3. Tibetan Culture 

Northeast India is surrounded by borders of Tibet and mountains of Arunachal Pradesh. In Tawang region is a place where you can find colorful Tibetan prayer flags. There is much religious art present in Tibet like a wide range of paintings, frescos, statues, ritual objects, coins, ornaments, and furniture. Tibetan rug is a type of ancient form of art and craft followed by Tibetan people. Tibetan architecture is influenced by Chinese and Indian approaches.  

 4. Unspoiled Nature and Scenery  

Northeast India is a place that is covered by unspoiled nature and diverse scenery in India. The Himalayas are the most adorable natural place that is followed by grassy plains of Assam, beautiful forest coverage area, waterfalls in Meghalaya. Nature is still fresh, cool, the scenery is exotic and did not get spoiled by nature.

 5. Beaten Track 

North-East India has authentic places, with beaten tracks. The World has faced many modernizations, the beaten track is being still used by peoples in North-East India without destroying nature. The people are so genuine and you can feel closer with them. 

 Conclusion 

North-East India is a place, which is surrounded by nature and beautiful scenery. Tourism has made many arrangements to experience the region using safari, has relaxed permit issues and travel arrangements. The best place to visit the unspoiled nature

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