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Places Famous For Sunsets In East India

1. Sunset at Radhanagar Beach

Sunset at Radhanagar Beach


- Sunset at Radhanagar Beach at Havelock Island of Andaman is simply awesome.
- Located on the western side of the island, it offers a stunning view of the sunset.
- It is well known for its pristine beauty of beaches, coral reefs and nature.
- Watching the unification of the sea, sand and sun from the Sunset Point is something that will stay with you for a long time.
- Radhanagar beach and Vijayanagar beach are one of the best beaches in Asia.

 




2. Sunset at Brahmaputra River


- Sunset from the bank of Brahmaputra in Dibrugarh is absolutely astonishing.
- Located 439 km (273 miles) east of Guwahati, the largest city of the Indian state of Assam.
- Lovely red and yellow sunset along with dark cloud in the sky over the river will mesmerize you.
- The river is conventionally known as the Brahmaputra "Son of Brahma".
- Golden hour of the evening comes alive with the rays of setting sun dancing over the water of Brahmaputra River.
- Also enjoy the beauty of Nature going through tea garden in the Dibrugarh city.

3. Sunset at Talsari Beach

Sunset at Talsari Beach


- Talasari is derived from the two words Tala (meaning Palm) and Sari/Sarani (meaning row).
- It is located close to both the Subarnarekha River and the sea.
- It is some 6 km from Digha, near the Orissa-Bengal border and is a small delta.
- One of the most beautiful sunsets you will ever see in india.
- The waters of the sea at Talsari beach are calm and peaceful.
- Witnessing sunset from a gleaming stretch of white sand is a rewarding experience.
- It is a popular destination for adventure seekers and those looking for solitude.

4. Sunset at Chidiya tapu


- Chidiya tapu, Port Blair is located at one corner of Port Blair and gives a stunning sunset view.
- The sunsets over the Andaman Islands stand out for how surreal they are.
- Surrounded by nothing but the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean.
- It's easy to get mesmerized by the rapidly changing hues as the sun leans in to hug the horizon every night.
- Magical sea-waters during sunset of a cloudy day.
- The fact that there is nothing really between you and the ocean adds to the thrill.

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