North-East India, comprising the seven contiguous states around
Assam, the principal state of the region, is a relatively unknown,
yet very fascinating region. The forest clad peripheral mountains,
home to indigenous peoples like the Nagas, Mizos and the Khasis,
the densely populated Brahmaputra valley with its lush green tea
gardens and the golden rice fields, the moderately populated hill
regions and plateaus, and the sparsely inhabited Himalayas,... more...