Behdienkhlam – Annual Cultural Festival of Meghalaya

The Union Minister of State for Development of North Eastern Region Dr. Jitendra Singh​ attended the famous 4-day Meghalaya Annual Cultural Festival “Behdienkhlam” this year. The festival is held every year at... Read more »

Untapped Tourism Potential of North East India

The North East Region of India comprises the eight states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, Meghalaya, Manipur and Sikkim. The region is home to a rich flora and fauna, diverse... Read more »

Moirang – Best Place in India to Wish Happy Independence Day From

On the eve of the festive occasion of India’s Independence, NE Greens wishes a Happy Independence Day to all our readers and subscribers! We take you to the culturally rich township of... Read more »

Jatinga Bird Mystery Promotes Tourism in Assam

The world is often thrown into mystical debates by the occurrence of unexplained phenomenon which initiates scientific search for answers. Something similar happened in the beginning of this year in many parts... Read more »

First Naga Women Battalion: The Other Tale of Northeastern Girls in Delhi

Perhaps ever since the first batch of girls from Northeast India set foot in the national capital, they have faced unwanted glances and had untold experiences to convince her that she is... Read more »

Mawlynnong: A Meghalaya Village Declared to be the Cleanest in Asia

A small village situated on the East Khasi Hills District in the state of Meghalaya stands as an example of eco-friendliness and cleanliness for many villages in the country. Bamboo dustbins are... Read more »

Red Hill: Once a War Site, Now a Symbol of Indo-Japan Friendship in Manipur

The Red Hill is a historical hillock located about 17 km south of Imphal City, on Tiddim Road. The place was the scene of action and the theater of the fierce battle... Read more »

Loktak: the Mystical Floating Islands You Thought Existed Only in Fairy Tales

The North-east of India is a region full of wonderful destinations: mysterious forests, pristine lakes and peaceful monasteries. One of the most important of these destinations is the Loktak Lake, a sparkling... Read more »

Traditional Warfare and a Retired General Come Together at the Reh Festival in Roing

The Reh Festival, celebrated by the Idu Mishmi community in Arunachal Pradesh, is held each year from February 1-3. The timing is just right to head down to Dibang Valley during the... Read more »

Sneak Peak: Northeast at the Republic Day 2011 Celebrations!

Each year on the 26th of January, the Republic Day celebrations comprise various tableaux which display India’s military might, cultural diversity, economic strength and achievements in science and technology. This year too,... Read more »