Wangala – The Festival of 100 Drums

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.

Royal Enfield Shrine at Om Banna Temple

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.

Chhau Warsong

Chhau is gaining an international recognition and so are the artists who prepare the masks. Charida, a small village in Purulia district, is the home to these makers who work day and night to create the attires for the performers.

Basant Utsav at Shantiniketan

Shantiniketan Holi is a beautiful occasion that celebrates the culture and traditions that are taking place since the times of Rabindranath Tagore. Here is a short photo blog on my visit to this beautiful event.

Solo Travel in India for a Year

June 2018 marks the day when I left my job and started traveling. When I started my journey, I had no idea that I'll make it this far, but somehow I did. I am presenting these memories in form of a video that I have shot during this journey. Using random clips of festivals, food, ride and a lot more

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