Manipur has a unique culture and is also known as 'Land of Gandharvas' & 'Switzerland of East'. Manipur is a Vaishnava state where Krishna Consciousness is practiced widely by the common masses. “Royal families at Manipur and Tripura are descendants of Arjuna's son Babhruvahana”, as stated in Srimad-Bhagavatam Canto 1 chapter 12 verse 21 purport. Arjuna begot a son Babhruvahana by the womb of Citrangada, the princess of Manipur.
Remotely located Tripura is a hilly state in North-East India bordered on three sides by Bangladesh and home to a diverse mix of tribal cultures. The Manikya Dynasty established almost all the important temples across Tripura.
Situated amidst mighty Brahmaputra river, Assam is called "Gateway to North East". Many parts of Assam practice Vaishnava tradition since hundreds of years, especially the eastern parts: Majuli, Jorhat and Dibrugarh. The great saint Srimanta Sankardev inspired the Vaishnava movement in Assam during the 15th century.
Sikkim is located amidst Kanchenjunga ranges of Himalayas. Far flung from mainland India, Sikkim is endowed with Lord Krishna’s amazing enchanting natural scenic beauty. It is heartening & inspiring that International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) has Temple in Gangtok.
With two gold plated domes, Shree Govindaji Temple in Manipur’s Imphal city stands as an epitome of devotion, architectural perfection and integration of different religions.