The region's hundreds of tribes and subtribes are slowly embracing modernity, but remain extremely diverse. Nagaland's former headhunters now go to church on Sundays.
Many Arunachalis also attend church-like buildings on Sundays – to worship the sun and moon. Cloudy Himalayan valleys near the border of Tibet are dotted with colourful
monasteries, echoing with Buddhist chants and clashing cymbals.
The geography is as varied as the culture. While waterfalls thunder down Cherrapunjee's jungle escarpments, blizzards may be blocking the passes to Tawang, and one-horned
rhinos go on grazing peacefully in Kaziranga's grasslands beside the mighty Brahmaputra.
How to Reach?
Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, and Tripura are connected by direct flights from Kolkata as well as Delhi and Kolkata. Whereas, from other states; you need to take multiple flights.
Northeast India flights usually land in Silchar airport and Dibrugarh Airport in assam.
All the states have a good connection of roads in the urban areas with regular long distance buses from many north-east states to west-bengal. Self-Driving here is not very
advisable due to security reasons.
Major cities of the country have some good connectivity by train to Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. Naharlagun is the important station in Arunachal Pradesh which is located between Guwahati and New Delhi.
Also, Guwahati, Lumding, Bongaigaon, Dibrugarh and Tinsukia are the crucial stations in Assam. There are Rajdhani Express, North-East Express, and Brahmaputra Mail which run from Delhi to North East India. Whereas, the Saraighat Express runs from Kolkata.