North East India - a colligation of eight states of India which includes Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura. Northeast India is the picturesque land of hills and plains with exuberant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna. It is also the land of diverse tribes, communities and cultures.
North-East India Website & Page on Facebook
An initiative of Eastern Fare Music Foundation, the North-East India website and the page on Facebook was founded in July, 2009. It was Jim Ankan Deka, an Assamese musician and photographer and his team’s love for North East that gave forth to the creation of this popular page on Facebook as well as the informative site. With regular updates of imperative, fun and frolicky facts about the North Eastern Corner of India, both the site and the Facebook page also focuses on significant travel destinations and esteemed North Eastern personalities to a world-wide audience. This service is provided by the Eastern Fare team completely free of charge.
(More information on - http://easternfare.com/north-east-india-on-facebook.htm)
Eastern Fare Music Foundation
Eastern Fare Music Foundation is one of the India’s foremost independent music schools. At present Eastern Fare operates in Guwahati and Bangalore providing training to over a thousand students. Eastern Fare’s holistic approach to music education is dedicated to the artistic development of talented and promising musicians.
In 2009, Eastern Fare opened a club called Eastern Fare Music Club for music enthusiasts and to develop the expressive potential of the students besides encouraging their technical know-how of music. The club is equipped with a state-of the art jamming room and two semi-Acoustic studios. The studios are also available for commercial services like composing and arranging musical scores for Television and Film production, Voice Over recording and editing.
‘Count Your Blessings’ (CYB), a philanthropic initiative by Eastern Fare Music Club was established in October, 2010. The members of this initiative focus mainly on blood donation camps, donation to non-profit organizations, visiting slum areas and giving aid, giving education to underprivileged children and visiting senior citizens home and orphanage in recognition of their social responsibilities.
(More information on - a. Wikipedia; b. Website)