For visitors to India, the cities of eastern India have always been a source of natural and spiritual satisfaction. There is culture, there is tradition and of course there is an abundance of natural beauty, particularly in the cities lying in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas. As you undertake a journey through the cities of eastern India, you’ll come across a rich colonial heritage, some of the most surreal scenes, Buddhists circuits and renowned temple sites. Besides, you’ll meet with tribal folks and be able to look into their lifestyles, exotic and alien.

You must have heard of Darjeeling, a world-famous hill station in the eastern part of India. The Toy Train, Tiger Hill and the tea plantations of Darjeeling invite travellers from all across the world. There are other famous hill towns like Gangtok and Imphal that bring you closer to the splendours of nature. Calcutta, located on the banks of river Hooghly is known for its colonial heritage, the local culture and the English street names. The cities of Bihar are highly rated for being Budhhist pilgrimage centres. These include Vaishali, Rajgir, Bodhgaya etc. So, it’s about time you made a trip to the eastern India and enjoyed a genuine taste of India.