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In pics: The hidden treasures of India's North East

May 13, 2017 10:30 IST

Rediff readers who travelled to India's North Eastern states came back with these stunning pictures. Have a look!

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IMAGE: Chandan Chatterjee shared this image of 87 ft tall statue of Lord Shiv at Namchi, Sikkim.

IMAGE: The Yumthang Valley in Sikkim, also known as the 'valley of flowers' offers a scenic view of the Himalayas in this image shared by Chandan

IMAGE: The Rumtek Monastery near Gangtok, Sikkim. Photo by Maninder Sodhi

IMAGE: A view of the Tawang Monastery in Arunachal Pradesh, one of the largest monasteries in the country, shared by K Sreekumar.

IMAGE: Sreekumar also shared this colourful bell house near the monastery in Sikkim.

IMAGE: The high altitude Sela Pass gate. This pass connects Tawang to the rest of India. Photo by K Sreekumar

IMAGE: The palash flowers in full bloom at Sikkim, snapped by Prabhat Kumar

IMAGE: K Sreekumar clicked these flowers in Assam.

IMAGE: At Tawang, don't miss these frozen lakes and its chilling view. Photo by K Sreekumar

IMAGE: A trip to the North East is incomplete without a visit to the Kaziranga National Park in Assam. Photo by K Sreekumar

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