When a traveler plans to visit North East, they have a lot of questions in their mind and very less resources to figure out everything. So here are some of the frequently asked questions about North East India that will help you plan your trip better.
"In the 90s, Cherrapunjee used to be the region to receive the highest rainfall," tells my father. In those days, neighboring Netarhat was one of the top 10 locations with highest rainfall in India. Growing up in Jharkhand, brought me closer to the monsoon and my father's stories. His accounts of the many snakes that... Continue Reading →
“Sair kar duniya ke gafil, zindagani phir kahan…. zindagani gar rahi to, naujawani phir kahan!” I was first to arrive Ziro and probably the last one to write a blog about it, that too after skipping a couple of blogs (worth 5 months) because this one needs to go up. After ZFM2014 was such an... Continue Reading →
If you are travelling to Arunachal Pradesh by yourself then you need more info. Keeping alist of essential items to pack during Arunachal Pradesh trip is very necessary.
Have you ever been on a journey that you never want to end? You wish that the road keeps going on and on and still you want to reach your destination. This feeling goes high when one is travelling in North East. Endless meadows, farms covered with green paddy and rice fields, random waterfalls and... Continue Reading →
Arunachal Pradesh means the “land of the rising sun” as it is located in such a geographic position that the sun hits it before spreading its rays to the other states or regions of India. it is the largest among the North-east Indian states commonly known as the Seven Sister States. After I started uploading... Continue Reading →
Someone once told me, nothing connects hearts and souls unknown to each other the same way music does. Who said that is not important, what important is that I have felt this throughout my life to wherever I have traveled to. A few months back I got an invitation to attend Ziro festival of music... Continue Reading →