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Eastern India


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The eastern plains of the country are drenched in the shimmering Ganga waters and the ebullient Brahmaputra that offers the guest a totally enchanting world in India. The unexplored destinations of eastern India are what fascinates the tourists that showcase the culture, wildlife, temples, towering Himalayan beauty, Buddhist sites and many more. Get a glimpse of the historical monuments here and you will visit the place again to understand it closely. The dense forests are full of orchids, birds, rhinos, butterflies and, of course, some of the endangered species of animals and flowers. Get a closer glimpse of the tribal life that is still prevailing here. Visit and unfold the hidden treasures of Eastern India.
  • Country – India
  • State – Bihar, Orissa, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland,
  • Language – Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, English, Hindi
  • Best Period – October to June
  • Weather – moderately hot and cold
  • Time zone – IST (GMT +5:30 )
  • Currency – Indian Rupees
  • Major airport – Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International airport, Jaiprakash Narayan International airport, Gaya airport, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose international airport
Enjoy the mystic of virgin eastern land of India

Explore and unfold the secrets of Eastern India that have been lying under a mystic spell for a long time. Today, East India is the only place where tourists are thronging in thousands to explore the uniqueness of the place and enjoy a totally different holiday experience with the family. Eastern India is all about the splendors of nature’s real beauty that will enthrall you to no limits. Visit the place to unleash your soul in the charismatic magic of calm, beauty, and lushness of the forest, tradition, people, and the flavors.
Comprising of 7 states called the ‘Seven Sisters’, and the other major states of Bihar, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Orissa together form the Eastern India. The famous cities like Ranchi, Puri, Kolkata, Imphal, Patna, Agartala, Gangtok, Bhubneshwar, and Guwahati represent the splendid culture. The enchanting hill station such as Darjeeling and much more can all be found here waiting to be explored and experienced. With mesmerizing scenic beauty and captivating tea farm and the stunning flower valleys and mountains, there is ample scope to spend your whole vacation without getting bored even for a minute.
Best time to visit
The Eastern states are different in each season, and you can get to experience the different atmosphere in different seasons. This part of the country is very diverse, and it all depends on what you actually want to experience here. The climate here is diverse as the summers are hot. The rainy seasons are damp and cold, and the winters bring in the chill and snow. However, if you do not want to be bothered by the season of any kind, then the best time is from November to April and also extends it to May. The lovely Tawang festival in Arunachal Pradesh is also held during the month of May. Every state experiences the different beauty and is actually beautiful throughout the year.
Summer season – the summers here begin from March to June. The maximum temperature does not exceed 35 to 40 degree Celsius, and there are hill stations and other places where the maximum temperature is 22 degree Celsius. So you can say that as whole summers are pleasant here if you want to visit unexplored places and hill stations.
Rainy season – The rainy season begins in June and goes on till September or October. However, there can be variations in the rains as not all regions receive the same kind of rain. Rains are heavy here, and one needs to be careful if you want to enjoy the waterfall, the cloudy weather and the greenery everywhere.
Winter season – winter seasons begins from October and ends in February. It is the best time to visit Eastern states of India. The temperature in most places does not cross 22 degree Celsius. Besides, there are several festivals organized during the winter season. One can even enjoy snow in some of the states as well.

How to reach
Transportation of all kinds is available in the Eastern states of India. All the modes of transport are well developed and run successfully and in a relaxed manner to all the states on the East. Siliguri and Guwahati are major points that join the whole eastern India to the rest of the country. However, all the states have their airport, railways, and roadways. Guwahati has very good air, road and rail link with the parts of the country and so one should reach Guwahati to reach the other parts of the Eastern India.
Air – major airport is available in Guwahati, and the other airports are Tejpur, Imphal, Shillong, Aizwal, Kohima and Bagdogra are found in various states. Regular flights connect the places and help in connectivity.
Railways – almost all the states are well connected to each other and the rest of the country through the railways. Guwahati is the headquarters of the eastern railways and operates the entire eastern railways. Some of the important stations are Howrah, Sealdah, Dhanbad, Mughalsarai, and Malda. One can find a good network of railways all over the states and connect to the different parts of the country. Regular trains, major and minor ones can be found at different places.
Roadways – there are various national highways as well as state ways in Eastern India. One can easily connect to the various parts of the country due to a good network of roads.



eastern part of India is very important considering the religious aspect of it. Bodh Gaya is well known as a sacred place and is the place where Buddha got enlightenment. There are thousands of temples and monarchies and other places of worship like the Kalighat, and Bhubaneswar, which is also known to be a ‘city of thousand temples.’ One should experience the grand architectural splendor here which is portrayed in extravagant beauty.


Assam state museum in Assam founded in 1940 in Digihilipukhri has collection artifacts from the Indus valley civilization from around 2000 years back. Jawaharlal Nehru museum in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh has an ethnographic museum based on nature. It exhibits tribal ways of life of the people here. There are other museums like Kangla Museum, Manipur state museum, Williamson Sangma state museum, and more which are worth visiting

Hill stations

there are plenty of hill stations spread all over the Eastern India. Mirik is a beautiful place in north Kolkata that can be a lazy retreat in summer. Darjeeling is popular among all and also has the Toy train which is a UNESCO world heritage site. Chalsa is a charming hill station with lush expanses of tea estates and trekking trails. Other hills stations are Shillong, Ziro, Pelling, Pedong and more.


there are some exotic beaches in Eastern India. Bakkhali in the south 24 Parganas is among the best ones with expanses of mangroves, high waves, boat rides and more. Mandarmani is to the southwest Bengal and is for the adventure lovers. Gahirmatha in Orissa is a beach where Olive ridley turtles nestle. There are many other beaches like Talasari beach, Gopalpur, etc.


there are many popular resorts like Mayfair Spa resort and Casino in Gangtok, Iora Resort in Kaziranga National Park, Ganga Kutir, Windemere Hotel, Hotel Mohit Private Limited, Hotel Lunar and more. All the resorts are luxury resorts with all the facilities and facilities that help you relax and enjoy your stay with delicious food local and international cuisine.


for those who are interested in shopping can visit the best malls here in Eastern India like the South City mall in Kolkatta, which is a new landmark here and largest in eastern India.

Historic places

the whole of eastern India is filled with historical places with forts, archeological sites, ancient monuments, etc. Bhubaneswar is scattered with temples, and the Black Pagoda is something you cannot miss. The sun temple is a masterpiece of Konark. Nalanda University dates back to the ancient Indian history and is a marvelous place. Bodhgaya is well known as the Buddhist center and temple.


you can find all types of hotels in eastern India that range from low to high budget. You get one star to 5-star hotels to stay and dine as well. Some of the popular ones are Vishwaratna Hotel in Guwahati, Hotel Polo Towers in Shillong, Ginger Agartala in Agartala, Hotel Donyi Polo Ashok, Hotel Japfu in Kohima and more.


foodies can count on some popular restaurants dotted all over eastern India like the Trattoria for a midday meal in Shillong, or the City Hut Dhada in Shillong, the Maihand in Guwahati, Abhishek restaurant in Agartala, and many more that serve Indian, Chinese and continental food.


there is so much more for adventure activities in the Eastern state. The great Himalayas offer a wide number of activities right from trekking to river rafting, paragliding, ice skating and more. There are plenty of national parks in the Eastern states where you can trek on the path. Angling and rafting are thrilling experiences carried out in Subansiri River in Arunachal Pradesh. Visit the National Parks here and you will definitely spot some of the wild animals.

Business hub

a few cities like Guwahati, Kolkatta, Bhubaneswar and a few others are major business hubs. The Eastern cities are slowly rising up as business hubs as well. Various kinds of business flourish in this region of India. Trading is carried out from here to other countries and within the country as well.

Other attractions

Festivals – the Eastern India holds various festivals in several months and in different parts of the states. Ashokastami festival is held in April in Bhubaneswar. Bali Yatra festival is popularly held in the city of Cuttack. Bhai Phota festival in Kolkata is held every year. Bishnupur festival, Konark dance festival are some of the attractions here.
National parks – national parks are attractions here, and people from all over the world come here to watch the birds, wild animals, and wildflowers. The Mouling national park is among the oldest national parks and has many wild animals. Dibru, saikhowa national park in Assam, is popular for its major biodiversity and animals like water buffalo, wild horse, tiger and capped langur. Balpakram national park in Meghalaya is popular for Red Panda, Asian elephants and marbled cats and tiger.
Birding tours – there are over 8650 bird species in India. Bird watching areas are Lava, Gorumara national park, Darjeeling, Sandakphu, Senchal wildlife sanctuary, Neora valley national park and more.