North East India is blessed with few ravishing bridges made of ropes ,bamboos and living roots. Let us talk over these handiworks in details.

# LIVING ROOT BRIDGE MEGHALAYA :

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Meghalaya’s double decker and single decker root bridges are remarkable in the world and are a must visit destination. The bridges are tangles of massive thick roots that garnishes its beauty . These are one of the most famous bridge in India .

# AKKAR BRIDGE , SIKKIM :

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This bridge situated over Rangit River is India’s first cable – stayed concrete bridge located at Jorethang in South Sikkim . It is one of the top six longest cable stayed bridges in India .

# BAMBOO BRIDGE, ARUNACHAL PRADESH :

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The 60 – 70 mt long bridge is situated on the Siang River at Along. It is a typical traditional rope bridge over the Siang Valley which is made of ropes and bamboos.

# JAUKATA BRIDGE , MEGHALAYA :

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The Jadukata Bridge over Kynshi River is the longest span cantilives bridge in India, located at the Ranikor in West Khasi Hills district in Meghalaya.

# CORONATION BRIDGE DARJEELING :

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One of the most spectacular architecture is the Coronation Bridge built in British style in Darjeeling District of West Bengal . It is also known as the Sevoke Bridge across the Teesta River , that connect Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri.

# KOLIA BHOMORA SETU , ASSAM :

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Kolia Bhomora Setu is concrete road bridge over the Brahmaputra river, located near Tezpur in Assam. It is 3 km long bridge above the Mighty Brahmaputra river and connects Sonitpur with Nagaon District.

The North East Indian states are also blessed with lush green forest, majestic mountain ranges and hills. The beauty of these bridges are the icing on the cake . people who have’nt yet visited the majestic bridges indeed have a slice of pradise unexplored .