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.
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.
India is a land of many festivals. Festivals of India signify joy, fun and happiness. Check out this post to learn more about my festival travels in India.
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.
“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 →
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 →