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North East India Map, Seven Sisters of India
Though each country has multi-ethnic tribes with their own cultures and language, these undulating, wooded states on the eastern tip of India have a shared geography of luxuriant verdant valleys, jagged hills and abundant biodiversity. Every state in northeastern India crosses an internal border.
It is shared by Sikkim with three China, Nepal and Bhutan; Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh with China and Myanmar; Nagaland and Manipur with Myanmar; Meghalaya and Tripura with Bangladesh; and Assam with Bhutan. The Himalayas of Sikkim and Arunachal have a cool temperate climates, while the remainder of the rolling Purvachal Mountains have warm, wet summer, harsh monsoon and bland winter.
Brahmaputra runs through picturesque valley into the plain of Assam and Tripura. As home to some of the world's most humid places and the last rainforests left in India, the states have a large number of protected areas and nature reserves in which wildlife, bird and plant speci?cations are threatened and infrequent.
Namdapha in Arunachal has white leopard, buffalo and Great American Hornbill; Kaziranga and Mana Parks in Assam are home to one horny rhinoceros, the royal Bengaliger, elephant, roe and more. From 1960 to 1987 Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Arunachal separated from Assam.
The most important tribes, including the Abors of Assam, Garos and Khasis of Meghalaya, Kukis of Manipur, Lushais of Tripura, Angami, Ao and Phom of Nagaland and Lepchas of Sikkim, are speaking innumerable Tibetan Burma tongues. Although these countries have enormous tourist attractions, their inaccessibility, insurrection and poor infrastructures make them one of India's least welldeveloped areas.
Assam, the most populated state has places of natural beauties in and around its capitals Dispur and Guwahati, which also has the old Kamakhya and Kamdev temples. In 1975 Sikkim, a small hill country of peace, became a member of the Government of India. The state with the capitol Gangtok is considered one of the 18 biodiversity sites in the word and is home to buddhistic convents in Rumtek and Pelling as well as the powerful Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the word.
Meghalaya, its name means whereabouts of the cloud, has one of the best golfs in the land in its picturesque capitol Shillong. The biggest of these states, Arunachal Pradesh, has its capitol in Itanagar. The Tripura is known for its craftsmanship in the field of silks and bamboos. Agaartala has several temple apart from Trishna shrine near its capitol.
Home to the great Blyth's Tragopan, Kohima has its capitol in Kohima with Dimapur, the other big city. Mizoram, a state with gentle mountains and seas, has its capitol in Aizwal with a rate of alphabetization of 90%. The city of Manipur is located in Imphal with the other capitals of Bishnupur and Churachandpur.
The Keibul Lamjoa National Park in Manipur is home to the famous Brow-Antlered Deer or Sangai and also India's biggest freshwater pond, Loktak.