Turtuk is a beautiful little hamlet, located in the Indian Baltistan with the gorgeous flowing Shyok river flowing in the backdrop. This lovely village is located on the border of India and Pakistan and is a few km away from the popular touristy Nubra Valley.
Celebrated by the Garo Tribe of Meghalaya and Bangladesh, Wangala is one of the many harvest festivals of North East India. Each tribe residing in this region has their own way to thank their gods for the surplus growth and they sing and dance to celebrate the end of harvest season.
Entering Bhutan is easy if you have your papers in place. Here are a few tips that you should remember as an Indian who is planning to travel solo in Bhutan.
Narendra Patil, a renowned wildlife conservationist joins to discuss about the impact of tourism on Tiger habitats.
In this episode we discuss Plogging and how Plogga India is making a change by bringing this concept to India.
Om Banna is also known as Bullet Baba. His shrine is located just off NH-65, a few kilometres from the city of Pali on the Pali-Jodhpur highway in Rajasthan. It is one of the offbeat places to visit in Jodhpur. This shrine dedicated to a motorcycle and its rider and is now a pilgrimage for every Royal Enfield rider.
Bamboo is North East India’s lifeline. From Assam to Nagaland and Arunachal, bamboo finds use in a way or another. It has many advantages over the conventional building techniques and it is really inspiring to see how one can make building and architecture so sustainable.
Traveling in India is an experience that comes in many forms. Every place has a unique smell, colour and sound. Everywhere you go will welcome you with a characteristic of its own. This video collects some distinct sounds of India that I have come across during my travels.