Category: Culture

  • Reminiscence over a cup of Assam Tea

    Reminiscence over a cup of Assam Tea

    It’s a fine evening, dusk slowly moving in, turning the blue skies a hue of gold. It’s tea time. My soul sisters and I have gathered in the veranda around a dainty wooden table for plush conversation. The best of pastries in town and the finest of Assam tea. I pour the delightful hot beverage […]

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  • 30 Travel Gems And Things To Do In Assam

    30 Travel Gems And Things To Do In Assam

    Explore Assam like a local on these offbeat trails, take part in activities that are truly Assamese and experience the slow life of its people! We bring you this massive post straight from our heart and a passion for this beloved land. 1. Go on a thrilling self drive trip to Mathangudi Lodge inside Manas […]

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  • The Headhunters of India | Short Film in collaboration with Ethereal

    The Headhunters of India | Short Film in collaboration with Ethereal

    Ayush Dinker, the guy behind the YouTube channel Ethereal describes his work as a combination of fact-finding, storytelling and trying to get at larger questions about human condition. His work involves films and video content, pertaining to reality, culture, society, history, nature, travel and science and presenting them before you the world in a whole […]

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  • 8 Things to do in and around Ziro | Travel Guide

    8 Things to do in and around Ziro | Travel Guide

    Ziro is a beautiful valley in the lush subtropical mountains of central Arunachal Pradesh. It is located in Lower Subansiri District and is situated at an elevation of 1700 meters. Ziro is the home of the indigenous Apatani tribepeople, who have rich cultural traditions and are also scientifically advanced than other ethnic groups of the […]

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  • Escaping Into the Beauty of Majuli Island | Travel Guide

    Escaping Into the Beauty of Majuli Island | Travel Guide

    Majuli is the largest inhabited freshwater river island in the world, situated right at the center of the mighty Brahmaputra river. An island always remains an isolated place where one does not expect a lot of hustle. It is one such nature’s silent venture to lure humans into serenity. With an area of 800 kilometer […]

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  • The Remote Lands of Lohit Valley in Eastern Arunachal Pradesh

    The Remote Lands of Lohit Valley in Eastern Arunachal Pradesh

    The Lohit Valley lies in the easternmost road of India. Mountains here feel virgin, cut down by the river Lohit. When our team had visited, the river was in a phase of transition; the deep turquoise water of dry winters turning mud red. The April sky had been a mix of rain and blue, and […]

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  • 6 Things To Do In And Around Tawang | Travel Guide

    6 Things To Do In And Around Tawang | Travel Guide

    Tawang located in the western corner of Arunachal Pradesh is one of the most sought after travel destinations of Northeast India. It is visited by numerous pilgrims practicing Buddhist faith and also by travelers who are captivated by the scenic beauty of the eastern Himalayas. Tawang is located at a high elevation of 2600m beyond the […]

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  • 6 Things To Do In And Around Kohima | Travel Guide

    6 Things To Do In And Around Kohima | Travel Guide

    Kohima is the state capital and the largest human inhabited area of Nagaland. It is the land of Angami tribe and was named after the wild Kewhi flower which grows in the mountains. Kohima is located at an altitude of 1500m and offers a beautiful view of the lofty Japfu Peak and the surrounding Naga […]

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  • Celebrating World Tourism Day 2015 at Namdapha National Park

    Celebrating World Tourism Day 2015 at Namdapha National Park

    Celebrated every year on September 27 ,World Tourism Day is an event which fosters awareness among the international community on the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value. This year’s focus is on the transformative potential of #1billiontourists; defining the more than one billion tourists who every year travel to an […]

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