Celebrating World Falun Dafa Day in One of the Most Inaccessible Areas of Northeast India

Celebrating World Falun Dafa Day in One of the Most Inaccessible Areas of Northeast India

(Minghui.org) A practitioner living in Sarnath, who has introduced Falun Dafa, also known as Falun Gong, in Sikkim, Ladakh, and other remote places in India, recently ventured into some of the most remote and inaccessible areas in Northeast India.

Northeastern India consists of seven states, often called the “seven sisters.” Their cultures are more similar to those found in Tibet, Myanmar, and China than in mainstream India. Permits and safety worries deter most travelers, yet the people here are among the friendliest in the whole subcontinent.

Mizoram is a tiny, mountainous, sparsely populated state, and the most inaccessible of the seven states. It is the land of the highlanders, literally called Mizos of the Mongoloid race. They are very hospitable to visitors and peace-loving.

The capital, Aizawl, is one of the least visited cities in India and is set on ridges of steep hills. It is one of the most literate and liberal communities in India. There is no...
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