The eastern part of India is like a world which is filled with mesmerising places. Eastern part of India is filled with various beautiful landscapes with a handful of the population whose cultural values change from state to state. This region is like a heaven for the wildlife lovers. East India is a region in the eastern part of Inda which includes Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar and the seven sisters i.e., the north-eastern states such as Assam, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Meghalaya and Tripura. Andaman and Nicobar Islands are also included in the eastern part of India which is a union territory. From mountain peaks to seashores, there is so much to explore in East India. Here is the list of top places in East India which you must explore:
Sun Temple is located in Odisha. It is one of the most attractive tourist spots in Odisha. Sun Temple is also known as ‘Black Pagoda’. which is dedicated to the Sun God. The Sun Temple is widely known for its sculptural work and the intricate carvings. The main feature of the Black Pagoda is a huge chariot with seven horses carrying Sun God. which makes it the most stunning monument.
The Himalayan Railway System was a lifeline of North Bengal during the colonial era. The Himalayan Railway is also called as ‘Toy Train’. It is also included in the UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Sites list. Himalayan Railway is a narrow gauge railway which passes through the Himalayan region by following hill cart road and passing blue mountains which covers a distance of around seven kilometres. The speciality of the Himalayan Railway is the scenic beauty of Kanchenjunga Mountains which is revealed to the tourists when the train reaches its highest point.
Chilika Lake is the Queen of natural beauty. And as per the, it is the largest brackish water lake in Asia. It covers an area of about 1,100 square kilometres. June to October is the ideal time for the tourists to visit Chilika Lake. It is one of the attractive tourist destinations in Odisha. The main speciality of this lake is for boating, bird watching and fishing.
Sundarbans is also known as Sundarban National Park. It is one of the largest mangrove forests in the world. Sundarban is surrounded by two most densely populated Asian countries that are Bangladesh and India. The main attraction of Sundarban is the Royal Bengal Tiger. Around four hundred of these creatures are found in this forest which makes Sundarban the largest single population of tigers on the earth.
Gurudongmar Lake is very close to Tibet border and is situated in the northeastern part of India. It is a high altitude lake. Gurudongmar Lake is widely known as the land of blue ships, yaks and various other high altitude animals. The main source of snowy milky water of this lake is the river Tista. It is situated in the altitude of around 17000 ft which Gurudongmar lake one of the highest lakes in the world.
Bong Bong Falls
Bong bong falls is also know as Nuranang Falls which is located in Arunachal Pradesh. The average height of the waterfall is 100 metres. The scenario all around the Bong Bong falls is so peaceful, peaceful and full of serenity.
Nathu La Pass
Nathu La Pass is also known as the silk trade route between Tibet and India. The Indo-China border is few metres away from the Nath La Pass at an altitude of 14,140 ft. Beautiful scenic is the main attraction for the tourists. But photography and videography are not allowed. May to October is the best time to visit Nathu La. The view of snowcapped mountains is simply unexplainable.
Golden beach is a wonderful tourist spot spending your time with your loved one where the waves simply wet your feet and elevate your mind. Golden Beach is a perfect place, especially for the beach lovers. It will make you feel as if you are in the dream world. The beach is also surrounded with various temples that attract tourists all across the world. This beach is also known for various water sports and adventurous activities such as boat riding, surfing, swimming, sea cruising and also you should not forget about sunbathing as it completely relaxes your body.
East India is a land which is just unexplainable. It is a land of scenic beauty. With ample views to take from the visit, East India serves up a mesmerizing view at each and every corner that you turn.