India’s Lost World

I have not been to northeast India which is secluded, wild ,devoid of  architecture.  This film shows a culture and place untouched by civilization. The shots of the beautiful landscape, the ancient culture,  and the animals are truly beautiful.  Forgive me for the length, I know people are busy!   But here it is for you who are interested and have the time either a minute to  the complete 52 minutes or  something in between.

The beautiful video was made by Chriss Moon for The Disney Channel



Would you like to visit such a secluded place in the world?  Have you been to a similar place or to parts of northeastern India?

Some of the students we went to India with, after the semester was over, went to the north. They were interested in seeing the Himalaya Mountains, though.

 India is a microcosm of the world, land formation, weather, languages, religions. . . Do you think this area of India is “Lost” or are we? 


About annetbell

I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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14 Responses to India’s Lost World

  1. lauramacky says:

    Thank you 🙂 I am bookmarking this one!


  2. Biswajit says:

    Reblogged this on Viewfound and commented:
    This is home. This is where I belong.


  3. YellowCable says:

    I did not view the entire video but from the first part, that region looks very interesting.


  4. Long may it remain ‘lost’ from us, home to its indigenous people and animals, a paradise of untouched nature. 🙂


  5. rabirius says:

    As you said, it is quite long – but very beautiful!
    I haven’t been to India yet – but when I see pictures I always think the north I would like best.



    • annetbell says:

      Well, actually everywhere you look in India is a photo-op! But this pure natural environment would be perfect for you . I almost didn’t post this because of the length, but glad I did as many people enjoyed it. Have a lovely weekend !


  6. OyiaBrown says:

    Reblogged this on Oyia Brown.


  7. inavukic says:

    What beauty! Beauty can never be lost, I think, for it lives for us to discover it as a sanctuary. I think we are lost rather than this part of India, we are lost in so much disorder, upheaval, rush, greed, crimes, neverending search for something new every few moments it seems…


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