Eastern Himalaya

Eastern HimalayasEast HimalayaEast HimalayasEasternEastern and Northern Himalayan RegionsEastern Himalayan regionN.E. Himalaya
The Eastern Himalayas extend from eastern Nepal across Northeast India, Bhutan, the Tibet Autonomous Region to Yunnan in China and northern Myanmar.wikipedia
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Bhutan

Kingdom of BhutanBhutaneseBootan
The Eastern Himalayas extend from eastern Nepal across Northeast India, Bhutan, the Tibet Autonomous Region to Yunnan in China and northern Myanmar.
Located in the Eastern Himalayas, it is bordered by the Tibet Autonomous Region of China in the north, the Sikkim state of India and the Chumbi Valley of Tibet in the west, the Arunachal Pradesh state of India in the east, and the Indian states of Assam and West Bengal in the south.

Northeast India

North-East IndiaNorth East IndiaNortheastern India
The Eastern Himalayas extend from eastern Nepal across Northeast India, Bhutan, the Tibet Autonomous Region to Yunnan in China and northern Myanmar.
The Northeast region can be physiographically categorised into the Eastern Himalaya, the Patkai and the Brahmaputra and the Barak valley plains.

Nepal

Federal Democratic Republic of NepalNepaleseNepali
The Eastern Himalayas extend from eastern Nepal across Northeast India, Bhutan, the Tibet Autonomous Region to Yunnan in China and northern Myanmar.
Nepal, in its entirety, forms the western portion of the eastern Himalayan biodiversity hotspot, with notable biocultural diversity.

Biodiversity hotspot

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It is widely considered a biodiversity hotspot, with notable biocultural diversity.

Sikkim

Sikkim, IndiaSikhimSikkim State
A part of the Eastern Himalaya, Sikkim is notable for its biodiversity, including alpine and subtropical climates, as well as being a host to Kangchenjunga, the highest peak in India and third highest on Earth.

Darjeeling Himalayan hill region

Darjeeling HillsDarjeeling RegionDarjeeling Sub-Himalaya
This region belongs to the Eastern Himalaya range.

Western Himalaya

Western HimalayasPunjab HimalayaWestern
This belt of Himalayas is wetter as it receive more rain than the drier Western Himalayas.

Tibet Autonomous Region

TibetXizangXizang Province
The Eastern Himalayas extend from eastern Nepal across Northeast India, Bhutan, the Tibet Autonomous Region to Yunnan in China and northern Myanmar.

Yunnan

Yunnan ProvinceYunnan, ChinaYunnanese
The Eastern Himalayas extend from eastern Nepal across Northeast India, Bhutan, the Tibet Autonomous Region to Yunnan in China and northern Myanmar.

China

People's Republic of ChinaChineseCHN
The Eastern Himalayas extend from eastern Nepal across Northeast India, Bhutan, the Tibet Autonomous Region to Yunnan in China and northern Myanmar.

Myanmar

BurmaBurmeseBurma (Myanmar)
The Eastern Himalayas extend from eastern Nepal across Northeast India, Bhutan, the Tibet Autonomous Region to Yunnan in China and northern Myanmar.

Monsoon of South Asia

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The climate of this region is influenced by the monsoon of South Asia from June to September.

Biocultural diversity

Bio-Cultural Diversity
It is widely considered a biodiversity hotspot, with notable biocultural diversity.

Sub-Himalayan Range

Sub-HimalayanSub-Himalayas
In the southwest of the Sub-Himalayas lies the Singalila Ridge, the western end of a group of uplands in Nepal.

Singalila Ridge

Singalila range
In the southwest of the Sub-Himalayas lies the Singalila Ridge, the western end of a group of uplands in Nepal.

Denudation

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The ancient folds, running mainly along an east-west axis, were worn down during a long period of denudation lasting into cretaceous times, possibly over a hundred million years.

Cretaceous

Cretaceous PeriodMiddle CretaceousEarly Cretaceous
The ancient folds, running mainly along an east-west axis, were worn down during a long period of denudation lasting into cretaceous times, possibly over a hundred million years.

Carboniferous

Carboniferous PeriodCarbEarly Carboniferous
During this time the carboniferous and permian rocks disappeared from the surface, except in its north near Hatisar in Bhutan and in the long trench extending from Jaldhaka River to Torsa River, where limestone and coal deposits are preserved in discontinuous basins.

Permian

Permian PeriodUpper PermianLower Permian
During this time the carboniferous and permian rocks disappeared from the surface, except in its north near Hatisar in Bhutan and in the long trench extending from Jaldhaka River to Torsa River, where limestone and coal deposits are preserved in discontinuous basins.

Jaldhaka River

JaldhakaDichu RiverJaldhaka River or Di Chu
During this time the carboniferous and permian rocks disappeared from the surface, except in its north near Hatisar in Bhutan and in the long trench extending from Jaldhaka River to Torsa River, where limestone and coal deposits are preserved in discontinuous basins.

Torsa River

TorsaTorshaAmo Chhu
During this time the carboniferous and permian rocks disappeared from the surface, except in its north near Hatisar in Bhutan and in the long trench extending from Jaldhaka River to Torsa River, where limestone and coal deposits are preserved in discontinuous basins.

Limestone

limestonescalcareouslime
During this time the carboniferous and permian rocks disappeared from the surface, except in its north near Hatisar in Bhutan and in the long trench extending from Jaldhaka River to Torsa River, where limestone and coal deposits are preserved in discontinuous basins.

Coal

coal seamcoal industrycoal-fired
During this time the carboniferous and permian rocks disappeared from the surface, except in its north near Hatisar in Bhutan and in the long trench extending from Jaldhaka River to Torsa River, where limestone and coal deposits are preserved in discontinuous basins.

Sandstone

sandstonesred sandstoneSandstein
The rocks of the highlands are mainly sandstones of the Devonian age, with limestones and shales of the same period in places.

Devonian

Late DevonianEarly DevonianMiddle Devonian
The rocks of the highlands are mainly sandstones of the Devonian age, with limestones and shales of the same period in places.