Contributions and Guest Posts

In Search of Greener Pastures is blog which aims at bringing forth inspiring and unique tales from North-East India by means of creative writing and beautiful photographs. To achieve our endeavor, we appreciate and welcome contributions which have something engaging to offer to our readers.

Guidelines for submitting article

We are looking for write-ups focused only on North-East India. There are a range of topics you can write about. Such as personal experiences, travel, culture, tribes, people, environment, conservation, sustainability, wildlife… Anything which is positive and has a feel good factor to it.

Write-ups should be a minimum of 400 words.

Guidelines for submitting photographs

We are looking for beautiful photographs which have been taken in North-East India.

Only large size (minimum 700 pix wide) photographs should be submitted.

You should have the legal rights to the photograph.

What you get in return

We would love to provide a short-bio along with a link to your website or/and email address.

Regular contributors will be featured in our Authors page with a link to websites, email addresses and social profiles.

Exposure through our Facebook Page, Twitter Profile & Blog Subscribers.

Exceptional photographs and write-ups will get additional exposure in our newsletter which is delivered to more than 1000 people all over the world.

How to submit

Interested? Email your submissions to 


2 responses to “Contributions and Guest Posts”

  1. Dear Reader,We travelled to the North East in Mid May 2015.We were six of us:My husband and myself in our 60s,our 2 daughters and two grandchildren,11 and 9 years of age.We were so excited at the very thought of the verdant states of Assam,Meghalay and Arunachal that was on our minds.My daughter contacted Greener Pastures and Vaivah was the right choice.Inspite of our diverse age group of Senior Citizens,young adults and children, he could tailor make our tour;Vaivah co-ordinated with our vehicle drivers and saw to our comfort throughout the trip.His choice of our guide was also good in the way that he was patient and took pains to answer all our questions on the 3 states ,took us through the diversity of cultures,the unifying factors and the highlights.Vaivah was always available on call and so we didn’t feel insecure in spite of the many warnings some of our acquaintances had given about the security aspects in remote areas.
    We travelled to Daporijo, Aalo in Arunachal Pradesh which were quite interior.Itanagar and Ziro were surprisingly well equipped with informative Museums and we loved the Rice Fields;we could participate in the rice seedling planting;Meghalay was no doubt THE BEST!Shillong ,of course was the icing on the cake and we loved our 3 days stay there.The crossing of the Brahmaputra into Assam was a once in a lifetime experience which we loved.Assam was also a pleasant surprise .We loved the shopping;Dibrugarh,the Tea City of India, had lovely experiences for us.We loved our stay in Dibrugarh Club;It was homely,hygienic and luxurious, a very unique combination.Our drivers were so skilled that inspite of the rains,slippery, mountainous terrain and sudden landslides,could navigate us safely and comfortably,so much so we could enjoy the sudden waterfalls that dotted the entire route, cascading effortlessly down the slopes, the never ending wild bananas and the tropical forest landscape.
    Now, when we go over the entire set of photographs, we realise the enormity of efforts Vaivah would have taken to have enabled a safe and enjoyable holiday,inspite of the rains and tricky roads.We have a BIG THANK YOU to VAIVAH and greener pastures.

    • Hi Gowri. Thanks so much for this feedback on your trip with us. I am so glad you and your family have great memories of northeast India. The region is surely very beautiful and we hope to do our best in keeping it preserved. We also hope to see you guys again and go back with further memorable experiences of new exotic places. 🙂

      Best regards,
      Vaivhav and team.

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