Eastern India

The East of India is a mostly rural region stretching from Sikkim in the southern Himalayas to the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Kolkata is the largest city in the region, which also features the temple cities of Puri of Lord Jagannath fame and Bhubaneswar, both in Odisha.
Popular destinations: Kolkata, Darjeeling and West Bengal

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West Bengal is a state in India's East region. Here are nine of the most notable cities.
Popular destinations: Kolkata, Darjeeling and Siliguri
Odisha is a state in Eastern India. It used to be known as Orissa, but the name was officially changed in November 2011.
Popular destinations: Konark, Bhubaneswar and Brahmapur
Sikkim, Nepali: सिक्किम Sikkimese: སུ་ཁྱིམ་, is a state in East India in the Himalayan foot hills also bordering China, Nepal and Bhutan.
Popular destinations: Gangtok, Yuksom and Pelling
Jharkhand is a state in India's Eastern region. It was formed on 15th November 2000 after being separated from neighbouring Bihar state.
Popular destinations: Bokaro Steel City, Ranchi and Jamshedpur
Chhattisgarh is a state in the East of India. It is bordered by Odisha and Jharkhand in the east and Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra in the west.
Popular destinations: Jagdalpur, Durg and Mainpat
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