I have managed camping at Ziro for two years, in 2014 and 2015, when the festival was coming up and growing as a tourist destination. It took me another two years to finally compile the footage I collected and make an aftermovie or sorts.
"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 →