16 Most Amazing Facts About Northeast India.

16 Most Amazing Facts About Northeast India.


1. Asia’s third largest Orchidarium is located at Tipi in Arunachal Pradesh.
Asia’s third largest Orchidarium Tipi
Tipi Orchidarium.

2. The Tawang Monastry of Arunachal Pradesh is one of the Oldest Monastery in Asia.
Oldest Monastery in Asia.
Oldest Monastery in Asia.



3. Arunachal Pradesh is the only State in India where species of four cats are found i.e Tiger, Clouded Leopard, Leopard and Snow Leopard are found.
Clouded Leopard
Clouded Leopard

4. The world’s biggest river island Majuli and smallest inhabited river island Umananda are both located at Assam.
The world’s biggest river island Majuli
Biggest river island Majuli

5. In India oil was first struck in Assam at place called as Digboi in the year 1889.
Digboi
Digboi

6. Khong Kangei,  a Manipur version is played With 7 player on each side. The game is a mixture of hockey, football, rugby and wrestling.

7. Loktak lake is the largest natural Wetland In the Northeast India.

8. Cherrapunji in Meghalaya of Northeast India receives the highest rainfall in the world.



9. The Shillong golf course is one of the oldest and best natural golf course in the world.

10. Out of the top 15 longest caves in Indian sub-continent, 14 are found in Meghalaya and again out of top 15 deepest caves in Indian Sub-continent 14 are found in Meghalaya alone.

11. Punking caves situated at Pukzing village, near Marpara in the Mamit of Aizwal is the Largest caves in Mizoram. There is legend hanging with this cave, which says that cave was carved by the piercing the heart of hills with the aid of single hair pin strong man named Mualzavata.

12. Bara Basti in Kohima in Nagaland is on of the biggest and most populous village in Asia.

13. 79 year old Mr. Pastor Melgite Kenye of Chumukedima village in Nagaland got Guinness book of world record for breeding the tallest paddy plant in the world of 8 and half feet long, which he named Melhite Kenye Lha.

14. The statue of guru Padmasambhava near Namchi in South Sikkim is the tallest statue of guru Rinpoche in the world.



15. Tripura Sundari temple situated at ancient Udaipur is believed to be the holiest Hindu shrines in India. There are two identical images of the same deity in the temple named Chotima,  one is around 2 feet in height and other is about 5 feet in height.

16. Neermahal is the only Lake Palace in the Northeast State of India.

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