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Lost in Ethnicity

“We are seeing healing among the stolen generations, and initiatives which are enabling Indigenous people to make their distinctive contribution to our national life.” –Malcolm Fraser, The 22nd Prime Minister of Australia.

Enrich your awareness of North East India’s fascinating indigenous cultures. Sample their delicious food, witness their traditions and perhaps experience for yourself a mystical connection with these people who keep their ancient traditions alive even in modern times.

North East India’s history can be traced back to the Vedic era! This part of the country known as Pragjyotisha and Kamrupa. Pragjyotishapura translates as the City of Eastern Astrology, is found in the great epics of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana and also in Kalika Purana. In Mahabharata, it is mentioned that the boundary of Pragjyotisha extended up to the Bay of Bengal in the south and Karatoya River in the west. Even Some parts of Nepal and Bhutan were also included within the territory of ancient Pragjyotisha.

Northeast India has over 220 ethnic groups and an equal number of dialects, which means 220 languages are spoken around the Northeast. The unique unity among diversity, the generous and welcoming behaviour of the local people makes the environment beautiful to stay. The hills states in the region like Arunachal PradeshMeghalayaMizoram, and Nagaland are predominantly inhabited by tribal people with a degree of diversity even within the tribal groups.

Come with us, take a virtual tour with us to witness the centuries-old customs and traditions of North East India and get an insight view of its rich ethnicity, Incredible culture, vivid cuisines and local drinks, open-minded societies and its rich flora and fauna.