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About North East Dummy

A fascinating land shrouded in mystery, sovaldi it’s where the mighty Brahmaputra meets the allure of Khangchendzonga: a hidden jewel whose beauty is yet to be realized by the outside world. North East India spreads over 2, ailment 62,379 sq km and consists of seven states popularly referred to as the ‘Seven Sisters’ – Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Manipur and Tripura. They have now been joined by a younger brother, Sikkim, to make a total of eight states.

Sikkim

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The mountainous state of Sikkim is situated in the very heart of the Eastern Himalayas. Nestled between Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, it is a picturesque land, rich in natural beauty, laden with snow capped mountains, spectacular glaciers, perennial rivers and dazzling lakes. The Teesta river, which originates from the Tibetan plateau, forms the life giving force of Sikkim. Along with its tributary Rangeet they carve out deep gorges as they roar through the verdant valleys. From the banks of the Rangeet to the snow clad mountains, the elevation ranges from 280m to above 7000m covering habitats from sub tropical to the alpine.

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Sikkim

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The mountainous state of Sikkim is situated in the very heart of the Eastern Himalayas. Nestled between Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, it is a picturesque land, rich in natural beauty, laden with snow capped mountains, spectacular glaciers, perennial rivers and dazzling lakes. The Teesta river, which originates from the Tibetan plateau, forms the life giving force of Sikkim. Along with its tributary Rangeet they carve out deep gorges as they roar through the verdant valleys. From the banks of the Rangeet to the snow clad mountains, the elevation ranges from 280m to above 7000m covering habitats from sub tropical to the alpine.

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Sikkim

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The mountainous state of Sikkim is situated in the very heart of the Eastern Himalayas. Nestled between Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, it is a picturesque land, rich in natural beauty, laden with snow capped mountains, spectacular glaciers, perennial rivers and dazzling lakes. The Teesta river, which originates from the Tibetan plateau, forms the life giving force of Sikkim. Along with its tributary Rangeet they carve out deep gorges as they roar through the verdant valleys. From the banks of the Rangeet to the snow clad mountains, the elevation ranges from 280m to above 7000m covering habitats from sub tropical to the alpine.

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Sikkim

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The mountainous state of Sikkim is situated in the very heart of the Eastern Himalayas. Nestled between Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, it is a picturesque land, rich in natural beauty, laden with snow capped mountains, spectacular glaciers, perennial rivers and dazzling lakes. The Teesta river, which originates from the Tibetan plateau, forms the life giving force of Sikkim. Along with its tributary Rangeet they carve out deep gorges as they roar through the verdant valleys. From the banks of the Rangeet to the snow clad mountains, the elevation ranges from 280m to above 7000m covering habitats from sub tropical to the alpine.

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Sikkim

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The mountainous state of Sikkim is situated in the very heart of the Eastern Himalayas. Nestled between Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, it is a picturesque land, rich in natural beauty, laden with snow capped mountains, spectacular glaciers, perennial rivers and dazzling lakes. The Teesta river, which originates from the Tibetan plateau, forms the life giving force of Sikkim. Along with its tributary Rangeet they carve out deep gorges as they roar through the verdant valleys. From the banks of the Rangeet to the snow clad mountains, the elevation ranges from 280m to above 7000m covering habitats from sub tropical to the alpine.

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Sikkim

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The mountainous state of Sikkim is situated in the very heart of the Eastern Himalayas. Nestled between Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, it is a picturesque land, rich in natural beauty, laden with snow capped mountains, spectacular glaciers, perennial rivers and dazzling lakes. The Teesta river, which originates from the Tibetan plateau, forms the life giving force of Sikkim. Along with its tributary Rangeet they carve out deep gorges as they roar through the verdant valleys. From the banks of the Rangeet to the snow clad mountains, the elevation ranges from 280m to above 7000m covering habitats from sub tropical to the alpine.

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