11 Days/10 Nights
Arunachal Pradesh – The Buddhist Route: Around 13 percent of the population (which is 1,091,117) of Arunachal Pradesh follows Buddhism.
The Buddhist population of the state resides in the region Tawang, West Kameng, remote regions in close vicinity of Tibet and near the Burma border.
Tibetan Buddhism is practised in the first three region while Therevada Buddhism guides the life of people living near the Burmese border. Tawang Monastery – one of the largest in North-East India (second only to Potala Palace) is set against dramatic backdrop of snow clad mountains.
Over 500 monks are resident of this monastery which has strong Tibetan influence. A 8 mt high gilded Buddha dominates the sanctum of monastery. Kaziranga National Park – the oldest national park of Assam , Kaziranga is home to great Indian one-horned Rhinoceros.
Spread over 430 sq. km , its is a dazzling mosaic of dense rain forest , tall elephant grass and swath of reeds. Kaziranga is also home to wild elephants and other wild animals. Kalia Bhumura Bridge over River Brahmaputra.
Places to on the way of this tour are Kolkata, Guwahati, Tezpur, Bomdila, Dirang, Tawang, Kaziranga.
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