Category: Sikkim

  • 3 Winter Travel Ideas For February In North-East India

    3 Winter Travel Ideas For February In North-East India

    North East India, located in the eastern part of the Himalayan hills, in the NE side of India, is a region that is inhabited by over 40 million people which are mainly divided into various tribes. Every tribe has its unique culture and traditions, and the differences are clearly seen if you check out the […]

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  • 3 Unforgettable Guided Walking Holidays In North East India

    3 Unforgettable Guided Walking Holidays In North East India

    Northeastern India covers the easternmost of the foothills of the Himalayas. It borders Bhutan, Nepal, China, Burma and Bangladesh. This is a world of tribal societies, forested hills, dense jungles and spectacular beauty. Below is a list of three ideas you could put to use the next time you feel like walking and exploring. Shillong […]

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  • Photo Of Day – Prayers And Flags

    The Himalayas are a land of prayers – written in pieces of cloth and carried to God by the winds that roam these highlands.In the photograph, a lonely street somewhere in the town of Gangtok in Northeastern India, decorated with colorful enlightening prayer-flags.

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  • Photo Of The Day ~ Prayers And Faith

    Faith is beautiful – it gives us strength and hope. It gives us a reason to believe. The above lady was seen in a monastery in Gangtok, India; praying and turning prayer wheels for a better future. And looking at her, all I can say is that the light of the world will never fade.

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  • Photo Of The Day ~ Monks And Toys

    We need not be so serious and stressed in life. In the end, we are all children of God. No matter how old we grow, or how long we live?In this picture, taken at Sikkim, India, a monk takes a break from his daily routine and hangs out with a few buddies, having a good […]

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  • Borderlands And Snow – Escaping To Sikkim

    Borderlands And Snow – Escaping To Sikkim

    For people who live in the sun-baked plains of India, away from the Himalayan Mountains, the snow-clad peaks seem like a distant and unreachable dream. But, with the arrival of winters, many enthusiastic dreamers depart for the nearest Himalayan town. In search of snow, they also end up being overwhelmed by the ‘so’ many cultures […]

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