Volunteering in India – Top Skills that Prove Helpful

Volunteering in India is very easy. There are many NGOs, non profits, wildlife agencies, conservation societies, etc, that need help with their ongoing projects. Some of these opportunities are available for free while other organizations charge for stay and food. When you are planning to volunteer in India, a few skills will come in handy. Here is a list of skills that will ensure that the organizations will find your presence helpful.

A Guide to Street Food of Sonepur Mela

Sonepur Fair of Bihar is one of the most unique festivals in India. It is popular because of its status as the oldest and biggest cattle fair of Asia. Traders from all around Eastern India come here to buy and sell animals. Sonepur Mela's history is also connected to some mythological stories. 

Bishnupur – The terracotta temple town of Bengal

Bishnupur was ruled by the Malla kings for several decades and hence it is also known as Mallabhum. The temples of Bishnupur were built by the Kings Veer Hambir, Raghunath Singha and Bir Singha around 16th and 17th century. The temples are scattered in Bishnupur town.

A Short Glimpse to My Nine Years Spent on Road

I started exploring India in 2012. In those times, terms like solo travel and backpacking were not thrown around like peanuts. Travelling in India was very different back then. In the last 9 years, the concept of travelling has evolved and a lot of places have become popular. This video is a short glimpse about my travels around India where I explored its many terrains, tasted every type of food, and attended many festivals. 

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