This documentray has been created by Incredible India-Deprtment of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Government of India. This documentary shows the various tourist attractions in the 7 sister States and Sikkim, located in the North-East India. The documentary beautifully displays the scenic beauty of the region which is truely a paradise unexplored!

Top Places to Visit

Located on the opposite sides of the Brahmaputra River (North and South Guwahati), it is the second way of communication other than the Saraighat Bridge. There are ferries and steamers available which takes people to the other part of the city and to the Umananda Temple. Cruises are also available in the ghat to take visitors around the River to enjoy the scenic view with good food and entertainment.

Located in the peacock Island, in the middle of River Brahmaputra, it is one of the most divine and holy places to visit. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is known as smallest inhabited Riverine Island in the world. The only access to the temple is trough steamers or ferries which are available at the banks of the river for visitors. It was built by the Ahom King Gadadhar Singha (1681–1696).

The temple is devoted to Navagraha - the nine (nava) major celestial bodies (Grahas) of Hindu astronomy being Surya (Sun), Chandra (Moon), Chevvaai/Mangal (Mars), Budhan (Mercury), Guru/Brihaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu (North Lunar Node) and Ketu (South Lunar Node). It is located on the top of Chirasal Hill, in Guwahati City. It was built in the late 18th Century.

Guwahati State Zoo cum Botanical Garden is located within the Hengrabari Reserve Forest in Guwahati. It is home to animals, birds and reptiles representing about 113 species of animals and birds from around the world like Chimpanzees, White Rhinos & Black Rhinos, Zebras, Ostriches and Giraffes from Africa; Puma, Jaguar and Llama from South America and Kangaroos from Australia, Tigers, One horned Rhinos, Snakes and more. The State Zoo has also added a Museum and a Botanical Garden in the premises.

It is located in the heart of Guwahati City. It is one of the biggest multipurpose museums in India. The exhibits are displayed under different categories- Epigraphy, Sculptures, Miscellaneous, Natural History, Crafts, Anthropology & Folk Art & Arms section. The collections found in the museum are very rare. The museum also has a lot of journals, periodicals and books relating to art, culture etc.

It is the only astronomical research centre in Assam and the entire North- East. The Planetarium uses the Japanese Goto GX instrument. Besides daily shows, the planetarium also organizes regular conferences, workshops and exhibitons. Apart from the regular Sky watching sessions organized by the experts at the planetarium, the special attraction of the planetarium are the special shows projected on a dome shaped overhead screen.

Kaziranga National Park, a World Heritage Site, is famous for the One-Horned Rhinos. The park constitutes the two-third of the world’s greatest One-Horned Rhinos. The park also hosts a variety of other animals and birds. It has special protected areas for Tigers. There are a lot of resorts in and around the park for visitors to stay. Visitors can go around the park in jeeps or elephants which gives a lifetime experience.

Cherrapungi is a town in the East Khasi Hills District in Meghalaya.It holds the world record for the highest rainfall in a calendar month in a year. It is the wettest place on Planet Earth. Cherrapunji is also famous of the living bridges which are suspension bridges made out of living tree roots.

Shillong also known as 'Scotland of the East', is the capital city of Meghalaya. It is a hill station located on the East Khasi Hills District, with the highest point being Shillong Peak at 6,449 feet. it is famous for Shillong Peak, Elephant Falls, Bara Pani, Lady Hydari park, Wards Lake, Shillong Golf Course etc.