Experience Northeast

Travel . Tribes . Culture . Cuisine & more

Destinations

Sikkim

Small but Beautiful

Meghalaya

Abode of Clouds

Assam

Awesome Assam

Tripura

Land of Water

Arunachal

Land of Dawn-lit Mountains

Nagaland

Land of Festivals

Manipur

The Jeweled Land

Mizoram

Land of the Highlanders

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Exclusive insight into lives of the headhunters Konyak Naga

Exclusive insight into lives of the headhunters Konyak Naga

The Konyak Naga tribe, also known as the headhunters is one of the largest tribes of Nagaland. The Nagas are one of the ethnic species of north-eastern India. Not much is known about the evolution of the Nagas, though they are believed to be of Tibeto-Burmese origin....

All you wanted to know about ILP procedure in Northeast India

All you wanted to know about ILP procedure in Northeast India

The Northeast Indian states tucked away in the remote part of the country consists of the Seven Sisters – Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and their only brother Sikkim. Sikkim is now also now a part of the Northeast Indian...

Lake of No Return – the Bermuda Triangle of India

Lake of No Return – the Bermuda Triangle of India

Did you know that India has her own Bermuda Triangle? Bermuda Triangle has always been a fascinating topic of discussion. And the Bermuda Triangle of India is equally interesting. The Lake of No Return or the Bermuda Triangle of India is situated at the border of...

Rih Dil Lake – largest lake of Mizoram lying in Myanmar

Rih Dil Lake – largest lake of Mizoram lying in Myanmar

Rih Dil Lake is not just a lake to the Mizos, it is deeply rooted in the heritage and folklore of the people. That is why, even though the lake is located in Myanmar some 3 km away from the Indo-Burmese border, it is still considered to be the largest lake of Mizoram....

Ledo Stilwell Road : The Road that connected India to Burma & China

Ledo Stilwell Road : The Road that connected India to Burma & China

Traversing more than a thousand mile from India to China through the harsh terrains of Burma, the Ledo Stilwell Road was built to defend China during the World War II. It was the largest, costliest and the most controversial engineering project during the World War II...