Celebrating Indigenous PeoplesRead more: Celebrating Indigenous Peoples
It has been exciting times. The United Nations’ International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples is coming up next month, and we have been engaging with three very thoughtful online campaigns/events meant for indigenous peoples. Based in a land of tribes, it is very inspiring for us to see people across the world uniting and…
Photo Of The Day – Life in Arunachal PradeshRead more: Photo Of The Day – Life in Arunachal Pradesh
Tribes in Arunachal Pradesh live a very simple life, connected much to nature and sustainable practices. Seen above, a granary of an Adi tribesman.
Photo Of The Day – Village In Arunachal PradeshRead more: Photo Of The Day – Village In Arunachal Pradesh
An isolated and remote tribal village in Arunachal Pradesh, surrounded by the greenery that sprouts during every rainy season. A place where minimalism and sustainability is practiced in the daily lifestyle, where the people are simple, warm and friendly.
Central Arunachal Pradesh Tour – Day 3,4 – Daporijo, Subansiri And TaginsRead more: Central Arunachal Pradesh Tour – Day 3,4 – Daporijo, Subansiri And Tagins
Continued from here. Day 3 When in the mountains, the eyes open early in the morning, as if to embrace the cool fresh air. We woke up, finished our morning chores, and left for a six hour drive to Daporijo. Before leaving Ziro, we spent time visiting a temple devoted to Lord Shiva where a…
Photo Of The Day ~ Feast For The GodsRead more: Photo Of The Day ~ Feast For The Gods
During the Murung Festival of the fascinating Apatani Tribe who live in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in Northeastern India, it is all about eating (but not before sacrificing to the Gods), dancing and merry making. Seen here in the village of Ziro, a group of men get ready for the feast of feasts – a giant…
Photo Of The Day ~ Feilds Of GoldRead more: Photo Of The Day ~ Feilds Of Gold
The Lisu People who reside in the southeastern tip of Northeastern India are a very interesting tribe. Burmese in all their aspects, they live a life cut-off from civilization, occupying the dense rain-fed jungles of Namdapha National Park. Here, they have learnt to live a life at peace with nature, a life that is totally sustainable,…
Photo Of The Day – ColorsRead more: Photo Of The Day – Colors
h that has been woven by hand and with the beauty of patience. In North East India, handloom is more than just a industry – it is a mark of tribal cultures and traditions, an inspiration for the women – making North East India one of the most colorful regions of the world.