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A new promotional campaign called “Destination North East 2020” launched to boost tourism in North East India

Most of the states in the North East India will be fully open in this month of October.

Hornbill Festival, Manipur

On World Tourism Day, the Home Minister of India inaugurated a new campaign titled ‘Destination North East 2020’. Under this campaign, many initiatives are being taken to promote the culture and heritage of North East India. The Home Minister of India made a statement saying that North East India has the potential to be a world-famous tourist destination.

The inauguration ceremony was done online through video conferencing which was attended by the Chief Ministers of Manipur, Assam, Nagaland, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Tripura.

There is a lot of diversity in the heritage and cultural practices in the states of North East India. The diversity in the languages and traditions are still alive in the villages and cities of North East India. The most interesting thing about the cultures is that every state in the North East has several subcultures with its own traditions and rituals.

The famous Hornbill Festival of Nagaland and the Sangai Festival of Manipur are the most popular in North-East India. Many plans are being developed to make these festivals accessible to more and more people.

Most of North East India is opening up for the tourists and the time is right to make the necessary developments to support the revival of tourism. All the safety guidelines are in place to help in the return of the tourists and keep the tourism destinations safe to travel.

The following tourism video from the YouTube channel called ‘Hopping Bug’ shows the beauty and the landscape of the state of Manipur in North East India.

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